As the year drew to a close, the Dartmouth Now team put together a dozen of our favorite stories from 2012.
Dartmouth Professor Brian Jackson weighs in on the results of tests commissioned by Consumer Reports and the FDA regarding the amount of arsenic in rice and rice products.
Dartmouth research identifying arsenic in foods containing organic brown rice syrup is having an impact within the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Dartmouth research on arsenic in foods containing organic rice syrup remains in the news.
Dartmouth researchers have discovered arsenic in organic foods, and the news is making headlines around the globe.
Brown rice syrup, a sweetening alternative to high fructose corn syrup, may be introducing arsenic in health foods.
As concern grows over arsenic levels in food and drink, Consumer Reports magazine points to a Dartmouth study that discovered arsenic in baby food.
Dartmouth researchers are calling for the government to monitor arsenic in food after detecting increased levels of the element in pregnant women who had eaten rice.
A new study by Dartmouth scientists advances our understanding of the sources of arsenic exposure, particularly the potential for consuming harmful levels via rice.
New findings by Dartmouth faculty and students have immediate impact when the College reaches out to local schools and shares research findings with the larger community.