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ND Perspectives: Media, Tech & Society – Is A Sneaky Serpent in Your Newsfeed?

Recorded at Reunion 2018, this fascinating panel discussion explores fake news and media literacy in today’s changing environment. Moderator: Diane Daniels, Weekend anchor at...

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Dare to Humanize Data

How can data be used to make better decisions? This question is central to organizational strategies and has become an integral part of our day-to-day lives. As the storage and...

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Health and Society

On Sleep and Saber-Toothed Tigers

.In episode one, host Ted Fox talks with Notre Dame’s Jessica Payne, a psychologist who directs the ND Sleep, Stress, and Memory Lab through the University’s Department of...

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Notre Dame Researcher Addresses Global Health Challenges in St. Joseph County

Indiana is in the bottom 10 states for infant mortality with a 2016 infant mortality rate (IMR) of 7.5. This means more than seven children die out of every 1,000 births....

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Dare to Navigate a Complex World

Bats are creatures feared by many humans, but definitely not Laura Kloepper. Laura has dedicated her research to investigating how these animals use their sonar in large groups...

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Dare to Unplug

In a world where people are increasingly attached to and dependent on technology, Nick Barella and Chris Mire decided to undergo a challenge and dared to “unplug.” The two...

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Fluid Dynamics May Play Key Role in Evolution of Cooperation

Believe it or not — it’s in our nature to cooperate with one another, even when cheating may be more profitable. Social cooperation is common in every scale of life, from the...

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Health and Society

Dare to Imagine Curing Cancer

More than 100 years ago, New York physician William Coley pioneered methods that relied on the body’s immune system to treat cancer. Although quickly surpassed by advances in...

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Hunting for Planets with TESS

Justin Crepp, the Frank M. Freimann Professor of Physics and director of ND’s Engineering and Design Core Facility, talks about the recent TESS space launch and Notre Dame’s...

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Dengue Virus Transmission Dominated by Those with Undetected Infection, Study Finds

People showing virtually no symptoms are likely the primary source of dengue fever, according to new research published in PLOS Pathogens. Nearly 400 million people each year are...

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Cancer Cells Thrive in Stiff Tissue, According to New Study

Stiffer breast tissue creates an environment more prone to cancer by enabling the disease to interfere with the surrounding healthy cells, according to a recent study published...

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Engineered Polymer Membranes Could Be New Option for Water Treatment

The world’s freshwater resources are in short supply. According to the United Nations, water scarcity affects an estimated 1.9 billion people and 2.1 billion people live with...

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