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2011 News

Notre Dame Researchers Develop Paint-on Solar Cells

Five Notre Dame Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows

Murphy Named Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship and ESTEEM Director

Crowdsourcing: Are Two Heads Better than One?

In Memoriam: Notre Dame Paleontologist J. Keith Rigby Jr.

Notre Dame, Purdue and GE Healthcare Partner on "Ultra Low" Radiation-dose, High Clarity CT

Notre Dame Research Attracts New Business Start-up to Indiana

Engineering Professor Named IEEE Fellow

Striegel to Participate in Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium

Notre Dame Computer Vision Experts Develop "Questionable Observer Detector"

Notre Dame Researchers Awarded Millions To Develop Radically New Computers

Researchers Engineer New Way to Inhibit Allergic Reactions Without Side Effects

Notre Dame Research Group Reports Terahertz Technology Breakthrough

Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility Installing New Electron-beam Lithography System

I2D2 Event To Be Held Sept. 9

Notre Dame Researcher Observing Hurricane Irene's Storm Surge

New Paper Examines Future of Seawater Desalination

Students' Mood Chart Application Hits the App Store

Ph.D. Student Takes Second in National Security Innovation Competition

Notre Dame and Sprint Team Up to Study Wireless and Social Networking Habits

Kijewski-Correa to Participate in Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

Ph.D. Student Takes Second in National Security Innovation Competition

Wireless Institute Announces Winners in Mobile Application Development Contest

Terahertz Collabortion Gets Boost from Department of Defense Grant

Engineering Professors Receive MURI Grants

Fernando Plays Key Role in NATO Program on Climate Change and National Security

New Paper Describes How Weather Affects the Scale of Urban Noise Pollution

Notre Dame Creates Sustainable Energy Center

Kareem Named to Offshore Technology Conference Hall of Fame

Seabaugh to Receive 2011 Quantum Devices Award

Tryggvason Named Interim Department Chair

New Minors Address Global Challenges

Third Annual Robotic Blue-Gold Game Scheduled for April 15

MIND Receives Contract Extension

Engineering Faculty Receive Inaugural 1st Source Commercialization Award

Japanese Nuclear Crisis Highlights Importance of Notre Dame Energy Research

In Memoriam: John E. Renaud, Chair of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

Notre Dame Leads Planning Effort to Rebuild Léogâne

Simonetti Coauthors New Dinosaur-dating Paper

Brennecke, Kamat Included in Listing of Top 100 Chemists

New Collaboration to Research Adaptation to Climate Change

Much More Than a Game

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