The University of Notre Dame has received $138.1 million in research funding for fiscal year (FY) 2017, surpassing the previous record of $133.7 million set in FY 2015.
Notre Dame's Center for Nano Science and Technology
NDnano is a world-class, collaborative research center that includes faculty from seven departments across the colleges of Engineering and Science. The Center is focused on developing, characterizing, and applying new nanotechnology-based materials, processes, devices, and solutions that will better society.
NDnano’s mission is to promote, enable, and advance multidisciplinary nanotechnology education and research to include:
- defining, manipulating, and controlling the properties of new nano-materials
- collaborating with peer universities, industry, and government to accelerate advances in the field of nano science
- developing solutions and applications that help address society's global issues while representing a force for good in the discussion on the ethics and possible societal impacts of the new science
Prakash Nallathamby has joined Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science & Technology (NDnano) as a research assistant professor to facilitate the use of nanoparticle-enabled technologies in research labs across campus.
Researchers 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, according to a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports.
NDnano's summer undergraduate research fellows will present a recap of their summer projects. Please join us!
|10:00 am|| Alisha Agrawal (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)
"Synthesis and phase characterization of a novel electrolyte"
|10:10 am|| Mason Anderson (University of Notre Dame)
"Thermal and flow effects on non-membrane, low temperature desalination system"
Undergraduate researchers from NDnano and several summer programs will showcase their research projects in poster format. Everyone is welcome!…