The University of Notre Dame’s Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development is focusing on collaboration, as it continues a rich history in therapeutic discovery.
“We’re expanding the capabilities of researchers through the development and support of partnerships with foundations and pharmaceutical companies, and collaborating with researchers who have complementary expertise,” said Richard Taylor, professor of chemistry and biochemistry and acting director of the Warren Family Research Center.
In the basement of Galvin Life Sciences Center, Matthew Leevy’s fabrication laboratory uses the latest in 3-D printing and laser cutting to help campus researchers in their quest for scientific knowledge. Leevy also uses the equipment to produce beauty and goodness – crystal flowers that enshrine Notre Dame landmarks and, now manufactured commercially, raise money to benefit cancer research.
With a kitchen renovation in the works for the Graduate School offices on the fifth floor of the Main Building, Dean Laura Carlson saw an opportunity for change. Now that the kitchen had a sink, why not switch to reusable dishes for meals and snacks, rather than disposable paper and plastic?
Research by Martijn Cremers suggests that investors should be cautious in how they use Active Share, which became one of the most popular ways to measure the difference between the portfolios’s holdings and their benchmarks.
The Luce Scholarship is a nationally competitive fellowship program created by the Henry Luce Foundation in 1974 to enhance understanding of Asia among potential leaders in American society.
The facility combines a state-of-the-art teaching space, flexible and open “innovation space,” two conference rooms, an office and access to a larger conference room and a break area.
Nearly 300 students, many from underrepresented groups, and their parents are coming from around Indiana and the Chicagoland area for the conference Saturday (Feb. 25).
CRSI study finds religiously based high school graduates become more civic-minded and giving adults.
Retrospective impact evaluations will be conducted across various sectors and regions, including environment and sustainability, education, health, agriculture and food security.
Cody Smith has been selected as a 2017 recipient of the Sloan Research Fellowship.
Researchers in bioengineering will join a consortium of academia, industry and government organizations and the nonprofit sector to develop next-generation manufacturing processes and technologies for cells, tissues and organs.
The grant will fund a study of the relationships between parents and infants, the first study of its kind that will include fathers as well as mothers as participants.
A statement on guidance memos released by the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday (Feb. 21).
Christine M. Maziar will serve as member-at-large on the Societal Impacts of Science and Engineering section committee, Agustin Fuentes will serve as Chair-elect on the Anthropology section committee and Richard Taylor will serve as Council Delegate on the Pharmaceutical Sciences section committee.
Twenty-seven University of Notre Dame students were awarded Fulbright grants in the 2016-17 program.
McGrath Institute offering a one-credit theology course, reading group and lectures.
Former Director-General of CERN will present Feb. 22.
The minor will target resiliency and sustainability.
The percentage increase matches that of last year and is the lowest at Notre Dame in more than a half century.
The AAA Four Diamond Morris Inn is one of just 295 hotels and resorts throughout the country that have been recognized by Historic Hotels of America for preserving and maintaining its historic integrity, architecture and ambiance.
New research has shown that wolves living in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are actually helping foxes, hares, and plants survive.
This is a vital step toward developing new forms of biorobotics and novel treatment approaches for muscle-related health problems such as muscular degenerative disorders, arrhythmia and limb loss.
Former Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, U.S. Department of Homeland Security to speak Feb. 16.
Senior Dan Lopes’ project “Scoop Pet Food Dispenser” received a third-place award, and senior Erin Rice’s project “Lead Animal Control Cage” received honorable mention.