A Dartmouth-led group of scientists has published a report about mercury and its pollution of seafood consumed by humans across the globe.
Keeping pace with climate change, the destructive southern pine bark beetle is extending its range northward, with infestations already apparent in the New Jersey Pinelands.
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.
Professor Celia Chen is researching mercury levels in invertebrates of the Androscoggin River.
Through the Twin State Mercury Project, local high school students contribute to a regional collaborative study of mercury in the environment.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected Charles K. Barlowe, Ta-Yuan Chang, C. Robertson McClung, and William T. Wickner as Fellows.
Dartmouth’s emerging center, which focuses on understanding the effects of arsenic exposure on maternal and children’s health, will assist public health professionals and policy makers in combating children’s diseases caused by environment pollutants.