Zhang group identifies gene that may make triple-negative breast cancer cells vulnerable to existing drug

Study deciphers packaging of tumor ‘cargo,’ leading to better understanding of how cancers spread

In memoriam: Robert A. Schulz, Notre Dame Professor of Biological Sciences

Can we feed 11 billion people while preventing the spread of infectious disease?

Research demonstrates how immunotherapy may be effective for fighting TB

Researchers determine how nerve fibers enter spinal cord during early development

Notre Dame astrophysicist to appear on Science Channel program Nov. 19

Notre Dame’s second annual Gold Mass set for Nov. 15

Study uncovers new hurdle for developing immunotherapies

National Academy of Sciences committee on exoplanets releases priorities for next decade

Notre Dame physicists explore how well we can know the past

Breakthrough discovery links two of the heaviest known particles

Milky Way hosts stars with fingerprints of first stars in universe

Researchers discover novel mechanism linking changes in mitochondria to cancer cell death

Biophysicist Patricia Clark awarded $1.1M Keck grant for protein folding study

Researchers discover novel mechanism linking changes in mitochondria to cancer cell death

Students in right place, right time witness first-ever detected neutron star collision

Physics professor elected into Academy of Europe

New protein study broadens knowledge of molecular basis for disease

Notre Dame cancer researchers publish new papers on ovarian cancer tumor growth