The new software, developed by Dartmouth researchers, uses photos to locate documents on the Internet.
“In the science community, there is no debate about climate change,” says Thayer’s Mary Albert.
Bowdoin and Dartmouth are collaborating on a course to be offered in the spring at the Maine college.
Cortland Begor ’18 started his company, TimberStix Lacrosse, when he was in high school.
“Libya is on the edge of civil war,” says Professor Dirk Vandewalle.
Dartmouth’s Yuliya Komska discusses the “prayer wall” between the former West Germany and Czechoslovakia.
Professor Dan Rockmore shares his thoughts on the biopic about computer science pioneer Alan Turing.
“An epidemic of diagnosis is not good for anyone’s health,” says Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch.
Dartmouth is hosting a celebration of the life of novelist and screenwriter Budd Schulberg ’36.
“We are interested in basic precinct processes,” says Professor Michael Herron.