Researchers have developed a new, lightning-fast method to detect “extracellular RNA,” or exRNA, which will aid in early detection of diseases including cancer, heart disease, HIV and other life-threatening conditions.
This spring, students from South Bend area high schools who took part in the Harper Cancer Research Institute's Research Cures Cancer Corps (RC3) program shared their research at both regional and state science fairs—and came home with a long list of awards. Learn more
The Notre Dame Research Internal Grants Program awards, which aim to support faculty researchers and programs that advance the University’s research, scholarly output, and creative endeavor through a competitive funding process, have been announced for fall semester 2022. Three types of grants were awarded during this cycle: the Faculty Research Support Regular Grant, the Faculty Research Support Initiation Grant, and the new Flip the Script Grant.…
During fiscal year 2022, researchers at the University of Notre Dame received $244 million in research award funding, surpassing the previous record of $222.7 million set in fiscal year 2021.