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Why Not Recycled Concrete?
From paper towels to cups to plastic bottles, products made from recycled materials permeate our lives. One notable exception is building materials. Why can’t we recycle concrete from our deteriorating infrastructure for use as material in new buildings and bridges? It’s a question that a team of researchers at the University of Notre Dame is examining.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
Novel Platform Uses Nanoparticles to Detect Peanut Allergies
Researchers in Notre Dame's Department of Chemical Engineering have developed a novel platform to more accurately detect and identify the presence and severity of peanut allergies, without directly exposing patients to the allergen.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Clues in Ancient Mud Hold Answers to Climate Change
From the depths of Lake Malawi in southeast Africa, Assistant Professor Melissa Berke has helped uncover evidence that offers new insights into a long-held theory about Africa’s climate history.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
Fernando to Receive Honorary Degree from University of Dundee
Harindra Joseph Fernando, the Wayne and Diana Murdy Family Professor of Engineering, has been selected to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Dundee.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
Four Notre Dame Students Finalists in Disney Imagineering Contest
A team of four University of Notre Dame students has advanced to the finals of the 26th Walt Disney Imagineering Imaginations Design Competition, a contest created to encourage students to consider careers in creative and technical fields including digital arts, engineering and architecture.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Meyers Returns to Notre Dame Engineering
Kerry L. Meyers has been appointed assistant dean of student development and director of the Women in Engineering program. Formerly director the college's First-Year Engineering Program, Meyers returned to Notre Dame in August 2016 from Youngstown State University, where she had served as director of the First-Year Engineering Program and faculty advisor for the Society of Women Engineers.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
Flynn to Receive 2016 Technical Achievement Award
Patrick J. Flynn, the Duda Family Professor of Engineering, professor of computer science and engineering, and concurrent professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been selected to receive one of five 2016 Technical Achievement Awards from the Computer Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
Notre Dame Turbomachinery Laboratory to Partner with Doosan Heavy Industries on $2.5 Million Compressor Test Agreement
The Notre Dame Turbomachinery Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame has entered into a 19-month, $2.5-million dollar agreement with Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd. to conduct compressor research and testing to support the development of a 300-megawatt class power generation gas turbine.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
College Names Two New Assistant Deans
Peter Kilpatrick, the McCloskey Dean of Engineering, has announced the appointment of Kenneth T. Christensen, the College of Engineering Collegiate Professor of Fluid Mechanics, and Ronald Metoyer, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, as assistant deans of the College of Engineering.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2015
AD&T Supported Researchers Improve Drug Delivery, Spur Commercial Activity
A new cancer fighting technology developed by Basar Bilgicer and Tanyel Kiziltepe, two professors with deep ties to the University of Notre Dame’s Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics initiative, is making a rapid and exciting transition to a real-world, commercialized product — one that could increase the effectiveness of cancer medications while lessening their toxic effects and improving patients’ quality of life.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016