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Using Mathematical Models to fight the Zika Virus

New research from the University of Notre Dame will be used to generate maps that provide time-sensitive, mosquito-to-human ratios that determine patterns of mosquito population dynamics for the Zika virus. The model outputs will be available online to provide users...

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Lady Irish at Work: What's Next in Tech

Meet some of the next generation of innovators — the women of Notre Dame engineering. These faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and alumnae are applying their dedication and drive to creating sustainable energy technologies, designing novel biomedical devices, developing novel cancer...

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Notre Dame leads the Nation in NEH Fellowships

More than any other university since 1999

With support from the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, Notre Dame faculty have won 57 National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships since 1999, more than any other university in the country....

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HCRI Tissue Bank on the Rise

"There were only four surgeons participating in the tissue bank when I was hired. Now we have eighteen. My job is not only to protect the patients but get more surgeons on board. I had to knock down many doors...

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Warren named 2016 Shaheen Award Recipient

Dr. Warren’s research involved the development of novel neutrino and nuclear physics mechanisms to generate successful supernova explosions, and thus how the heavy elements made in stars are ultimately distributed throughout the Galaxy.

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