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The Demands of Justice

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With NSF grant, research team to develop spectrum sharing testbed

Researchers at Notre Dame have been awarded a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop a data platform to enable measurements and experiments in the electromagnetic spectrum. These measurements will contribute to academic and industry stakeholders’ research to drive spectrum-sharing policy in existing bands, as well as potential new bands.

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Biotech hub that includes Notre Dame awarded $51M in CHIPS Act funding

The U.S. Department of Commerce and its Economic Development Administration have announced $51 million in federal funding to support the implementation of a Regional Technology and Innovation Hub that includes among its members the University of Notre Dame. Called Heartland BioWorks, the hub is led by the Applied Research Institute and aims to enhance Indiana’s capacity to make and deploy life-saving medicines. 

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Implantable LED device uses light to treat deep-seated cancers

Certain types of light have proven to be an effective, minimally invasive treatment for cancers located on or near the skin when combined with a light-activated drug. But deep-seated cancers have been beyond the reach of light’s therapeutic effects. To change this, engineers and scientists at Notre Dame have devised a wireless LED device that can be implanted. This device, when combined with a light-sensitive dye, not only destroys cancer cells, but also mobilizes the immune system’s cancer-targeting response.

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A vision of hope

The Notre Dame community rallies to serve rare disease patients and their families through advocacy, education, and research.

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