Research Uncorked

Research Uncorked logo featuring a U filled with red wine and an O with a corkscrew through it

*Note: Research Uncorked is currently on hiatus.

Research Uncorked is our monthly live-event series. Just like the podcast, it features an informal interview between host Ted Fox and a leading scholar or scientist. All guests for the series are members of the Notre Dame faculty or staff.

Originally hosted at Ironhand Winebar in South Bend—we really do love mixing food and drink with work—the series took place online during the 2020–21 academic year due to the pandemic.

This page will be updated each month with information about the next Research Uncorked, but if you’d like to receive those details in your inbox about a week before the event, make sure to sign up for our emails

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