“The Arctic is really changing,” says Thayer doctoral student Kaitlin Keegan.
A Dartmouth-led study explains the melting of the Greenland ice sheet in 1889 and 2012.
Coming up: Students’ research presentations, honors theses, a film class documentary, and more.
Dartmouth wins five-year NIH grant to research health and ecosystem effects of arsenic and mercury.
Dartmouth’s Brad Taylor and his team found climate change a likely factor in the algae’s spread.
Dartmouth offered a glimpse of its research and innovation at the USA Science & Engineering Festival.
2014 Dartmouth NSF Research Fellowship winners competed against 14,000 students for 2,000 spots.
Joseph Helble will make recommendations for modernizing STEM education in New Hampshire’s schools.
Sarah Hammer ’15 and Hongyu Chen ’15 are among the top U.S. undergraduate STEM students.
The grant aims to foster new international collaborations between the humanities and the medical sciences.