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Health and Society

Study Shows Social Media an Effective Tool for Predicting Voting Outcomes

A new study reveals social media may highlight intergroup polarization of voter opinion more adequately than traditional polls when predicting election outcomes. Researchers at...

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Science and Technology

Ten Years Hence 2018: Dr. Jim Schmiedeler

Dr. Jim Schmeideler, Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at Notre Dame, discusses the present and future of robotic and artifical intelligence, explaining the...

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Protect Our Country

Since 1993, the International Atomic Energy Agency has tracked 2,500 trafficking cases of nuclear material. While there has yet to be a detonation of a dirty bomb, the threat...

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Health and Society

The Notre Dame Family

In this episode, Leo McWilliams from the College of Engineering discusses the Notre Dame family from his perspective as a faculty member, an alumnus, and a parent.

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Walk Again

March 8, 2014 was a Saturday near the end of a long, cold winter in Ohio. The high temperature that day was a brisk 46 degrees. The low, 30. The details of the weather are now...

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Water, Energy & 21st Century Solutions

This lecture is given by Jon Freedman, Vice President, Global Partnerships, Government Affairs. Freedman is based in Washington, DC, where he leads global partnerships and...

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Business

Wind, Solar and Storage: A perspective from the Global Leader in Renewables

This lecture features Mike O’Sullivan, Senior Vice President, Development, NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, the nation’s leader in producing electricity from clean and renewable...

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Science and Technology

Ten Years Hence 2017: Professor Frank Incopera

Professor Frank Incropera, H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Professor Emeritus and Matthew H. McCloskey Dean Emeritus of the College of Engineering at the University of Notre...

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Walk This Way: Legged Robots and Human Rehabilitation

Many of the same challenges people experience in recovering their ability to walk after a stroke or spinal cord injury are also found in designing legged robots. This...

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Health and Society

Fighting for Better Cancer Detection

It seems black and white: Either you have cancer or you don’t. But for many women the answer is gray. Hazy mammogram gray. In the United States alone, there are nearly 240,000...

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Explore the Moon

It was the middle of the night when Clive Neal was shaken awake by his father so they could watch the first man walk on the Moon. That night, the world watched in awe as a...

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Health and Society

Fighting to Cure Food Allergies

Sarah McKenzie knows the deadly potential of food allergies all too well. Her young son, Gunner, has a peanut allergy, and while the family is attentive, the smallest mistake can...

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