LINK: CHIEF OF SPINAL SURGERY
Thursday, February 23, 2012
To rid the Great Lakes of invasive species -- zebra mussels, spiny water fleas, etc., -- researchers at the University of Notre Dame have pegged the investment at $200 million to protect the $7 billion fishery. The photo above is of zebra mussels.
LINK: GREAT PROBLEM -- GREAT LAKES
Posted by Jim Small at 10:59 PM
Found this great article today about recent Notre Dame grad Greg Klazura making the MLS' Vancouver Whitecaps. Notre Dame fans will enjoy reading this story! That's a photo of Greg in the blue jersey...
LINK: THE FIGHTING IRISH SPIRIT
Posted by Jim Small at 10:49 PM
The facility will be called the Notre Dame Linked Experimental Ecosystem Facility (ND LEEF) at St. Patrick's County Park. The University will be monitoring the effects of climate change, land use and invasive species in different ecosystems -- specifically water sources.
The University of Notre Dame is making a $1 million investment in this project.
ND LEEF will be using cutting-edge sensor technology so students and researchers can monitor experiments in real-time. No time for sleep!
LINK: ND LEEF
Posted by Jim Small at 8:16 AM