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Study Reveals How Bacteria Communicate in Groups to Avoid Antibiotics

In a new study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), researchers from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found...

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Science and Technology

Ten Years Hence 2018: Dr. Gill Bejerano

Dr. Gill Bejerano, Associate Professor of Developmental Biology, of Computer Science and of Pediatrics, Bejerano Lab, Stanford University, discusses his work on human genomics and...

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Art and History

Professor Uses Cutting-Edge Technology to Conduct ‘Engaged Anthropology’ at Prehistoric Illinois Site

Mark Schurr is committed to conducting engaged anthropology. For Schurr, professor and acting chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology, that means he...

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Law and Politics

Missile Strikes Against Syria ‘as Serious as Triggering Events,’ Expert Says

As the Trump administration considers military operations against Syria in the wake of a suspected chemical weapons attack Saturday (April 7) in the town of Douma, a University of...

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Notre Dame Forum

Forum 17-18: Global Citizenship for Human Development: A Conversation with Muhammad Yunus

Muhammad Yunus, a social entrepreneur, banker and economist from Bangladesh who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for founding the Grameen Bank and pioneering the concepts...

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Religion and Philosophy

Vita Institute Fellow Richard Doerflinger on His Pro-Life Work

Richard M. Doerflinger retired in 2016 after 36 years of service to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, finishing as the associate director of the Secretariat of...

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Science and Technology

Survival Strategy: How One Enzyme Helps Bacteria Recover from Exposure to Antibiotics

Beta-lactam antibiotics, including penicillin, are one of the most widely used classes of antibiotics in the world. Though they’ve been in use since the 1940s, scientists still...

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Art and History

It’s Raining Film at the Browning Cinema!

April is an incredibly busy month in the Browning Cinema with 30 different titles screening. Ted and Ricky do a rundown of some options for indoor fun if the month makes good on...

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Religion and Philosophy

Five Years of Pope Francis’ Papacy: Panel Discussion on Geopolitical, Ecumenical, and Cultural Perspectives

At the end of Pope Francis’ first five years in the papacy, this panel evaluates how he is calling the Church to encounter a deeper human experience by valuing diversity through...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Challenge of Peace Pursued Through Christian-Muslim Dialogue

Scott Alexander, Ph.D. and Imam Hassan Al-Qazwini engage the 2017–18 Center for Social Concerns annual theme, Living the Challenge of Peace, by discussing how peace and justice...

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Law and Politics

U.S. Democratic Health in Stable Condition, According to New Democratic Virtues Index

In a current political environment that some view as divisive and extremely partisan, a new Democratic Virtues Index from the University of Notre Dame’s Rooney Center for the...

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Law and Politics

Prominent Women in Political Office Boost Female Candidates down Ballot, New Research Finds

The presence of a prominent female officeholder has a positive effect on the number of women running for lower offices in her state, according to new research by University of...

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