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Notre Dame to lead $25 million SpectrumX project; first NSF Spectrum Innovation Initiative Center

The explosion of wireless applications enabled by advanced radio technologies has placed access to a key natural resource, the radio frequency spectrum, at a premium. In the United States and around the world, radio frequencies are allocated to a variety of services such as mobile broadband, …

Collage of 21 new faculty in the College of Engineering

ND Engineering welcomes 21 new faculty in 2021

Notre Dame Engineering is a growing community of explorers, innovators, teachers and mentors. This year, we welcomed 21 new members of the faculty. They represent wide-ranging engineering expertise, research interests, and demonstrated enthusiasm for teaching and mentoring students. “We are …

Electronic nose sensor

A nose by any other name is a gas sensor

There’s nothing like the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning. But how does one measure that smell? There’s no energy in a smell to help estimate how potent the coffee might be. Instead, it’s the gases emitted from brewed coffee that contribute to the invigorating scent. The …

Engineering Innovation Hub. (Photo by Barbara Johnston/University of Notre Dame)

Engineering Innovation Hub opens at Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame’s Engineering Innovation Hub (EIH) has opened its doors to students and industry partners. The new 10,000-square-foot facility offers a state-of-the-art experiential learning and advanced manufacturing environment with first-rate resources for collaboration, …

Undergraduate student researcher in CBE lab

ND Engineering Undergraduate Research Fair scheduled for September 7

The Engineering Leadership Council of Notre Dame and the College of Engineering Dean’s Office are sponsoring the 2021 Undergraduate Research Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 7, from 3-5 p.m. on the 7th floor (Dahnke Ballroom) of the Duncan Student Center. Please note: This event has been rescheduled …

Pinar Zorlutuna

Zorlutuna named to Cellular and Molecular Technologies Study Section of NIH Center for Scientific Review

Pinar Zorlutuna, Sheehan Family Collegiate Professor of Engineering, has been named a member of the Cellular and …

Copy of Old Testament books, primarily with Jerome’s prologues: Proverbs (pp. 5-37), Ecclesiastes (pp. 37-49), Song of Songs (pp. 49-55), Wisdom (pp. 55-78), Sirach (pp. 78-141), Job (pp. 141-180), Tobias (pp. 180-195), Judith (pp. 195-214), Esther (pp. 214-232). Contains several initials with scroll ornamentation in red ink (pp. 7, 8, 141, 143, 180, 181). (sno)

Researchers use AI to unlock the secrets of ancient texts

The Abbey Library of St. Gall in Switzerland is home to approximately 160,000 volumes of literary and historical …

Sihan Yu and Matthew Webber

Researchers develop novel method for glucagon delivery

For children with Type 1 diabetes, the risk of experiencing a severe hypoglycemic episode is especially common — and …

Jennifer Schaefer

Driving change by using new materials in rechargeable batteries

Electric vehicles have been on the roads since 1999. Since that time, nearly 5.4 million hybrid and plug-in models …

Getting the big picture in incredible detail with frequency comb ptychoscopy

Reconstructing the entire spectrum of light from complex sources is vital for a number of applications — from …