Dartmouth researchers make a breakthrough in secondhand smoke exposure technology.
Chemistry Professor F. Jon Kull takes his class outside in the snow for a dramatic display of chemicals in a thermite reaction that produced an exothermic light show.
Polymers, in everything from shopping bags to ski boots, make our material world what it is today. Jane Lipson works to understand their structure and predict their behavior.
Dartmouth Now spotlights three individuals— Mark Spaller, Judy Stern, and Jeffrey Taube—who are among the Dartmouth researchers awarded $14.5 million during February.
Xin Su, a graduate student in chemistry, was one of 11 students chosen to participate in the Chemical Abstract Services Student Information Exchange Program.
In preparation for the nation’s inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival, Dartmouth faculty and graduate students will lead hands-on exhibits at the Montshire and VINS on September 11.
Ten members of the faculty have been recognized with 2010 awards from the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Peter Jacobi, the New Hampshire Professor in Chemistry, has been elected a fellow of the American Chemical Society.
Jane Lipson, the Albert W. Smith Professor of Chemistry, was recently elected by the Polymer Physics Division of the American Physical Society (APS) as chair-elect.