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Manipulating Metal to Advance Aerospace, Infectious Disease Research

nwelding • Date: May 3, 2016

The Engineering Machine Shop specializes in close tolerance machining of large and small parts made from difficult-to-machine materials. On any given day, staff members will be crafting small chambers for mosquito research, sculpting a massive piece of metal for the Turbomachinery Laboratory, or providing expertise to a student or professor on the best, most practical design for a project.

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27 Notre Dame Students and Alumni Win Fulbright Awards for 2016-17

nwelding • Date: May 2, 2016

A total of 27 Notre Dame students and alumni have been awarded Fulbright awards for 2016, 11 more are alternates, and 10 earned recognition as semi-finalists.

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Powers Publishes Second Graduate Textbook

nwelding • Date: April 25, 2016

Combustion Thermodynamics and Dynamics, a new graduate-level monograph by Joseph M. Powers, builds on the foundation of thermal science, chemistry, and applied mathematics laid during undergraduate programs in aerospace, mechanical, and chemical engineering.

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Wind Energy to Benefit from Notre Dame Plasma Research

nwelding • Date: April 20, 2016

As the world looks for new ways to diversify its energy supply and find renewable resources to power the earth’s growing energy consumption needs, new research from the University of Notre Dame has identified a potential way to make an existing renewable resource – wind energy – more efficient in power production.

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Quick and Quiet: Supersonic Flight Promises to Lose the Sonic Boom

Quick and Quiet: Supersonic Flight Promises to Lose the Sonic Boom

NASA and a team led by Lockheed Martin are making advances that bring the goal of quiet supersonic commercial travel over land closer to reality.

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