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No Longer Science Fiction: Establishing a Base on the Moon
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences Professor Clive Neal will attend the annual meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group to discuss the establishment of a permanent Moon base.
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Researchers develop drug-targeting molecules to improve cancer treatment
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have developed small drug-targeting molecules that may be hundreds to thousands of times more effective at delivering potent drugs to desired sites of disease, including cancer.
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Notre Dame’s e-NABLE chapter to be featured on Steve Harvey show Nov. 27
The story of how University of Notre Dame engineering students helped build artificial hands for a young girl in need will be featured during Steve Harvey’s daytime talk show on Tuesday (Nov. 27).
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Designing next-generation optical antennas
Antennas catch radio waves from the air and convert the energy into electrical signals. They can also convert electrical signals into radio waves. Optical engineers and scientists, like Associate Professor Anthony J. Hoffman, are working toward leveraging these devices to control light instead of radio waves.
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Many coastal homes are unprotected from hurricanes and homeowners have no intention of retrofitting, study finds
New research from the University of Notre Dame shows that many coastal homes have significant structural vulnerabilities that leave homeowners and their homes largely unprotected from storms. Additionally, the majority of coastal homeowners have little to no intention of reducing these structural vulnerabilities, even though they live in areas frequently affected by damaging hurricanes and flooding.
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In wake of hurricanes, floods and wildfires, NSF awards $18.7 million in natural hazards research grants
Scientists study ways to predict and respond to natural disasters such as hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, drought, heat waves
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CoMMaND laboratory receives $172K to continue studying brain development
The Computational Mechanics of Morphology at Notre Dame lab focuses its activities on the brain, studying its form, development, and function. Recently, the lab received a National Science Foundation grant to continue its work modeling and analyzing cortical thicknesses as an indicator of healthy brain development.
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Allergic to the cure: Researchers create a new and quicker way to detect platin drug allergies for cancer patients
Platins, the most widely used chemotherapeutic drugs, are displaying an alarming rise in drug hypersensitivity reactions much more severe than the watery eyes or runny noses associated with hay fever, which is also a Type 1, immediate hypersensitivity reaction. A Notre Dame-led team has developed a safer way of determining hypersensitivity in patients.
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Gupta receives 2018 Antonio Ruberti Young Researcher Prize
Vijay Gupta, professor of electrical engineering and an ND Energy faculty affiliate, has received the 2018 Antonio Ruberti Young Researcher Prize from the IEEE Control Systems Society.
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Report: Climate change to bring heat, precipitation to Indiana
A new report focusing on how climate change is expected to affect the state shows Hoosiers should expect to see a significant increase in temperatures and precipitation.
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