Geisel Professor Mark Spaller and his student lab group investigate promising new antibodies.
The collaboration aims to help Dartmouth scientists and students communicate more effectively.
As the year draws to a close, the Dartmouth Now team shares a dozen of our favorite stories from 2013.
“Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene,” covering the epoch of human impact, captures the interest of the scientific community
Last year, sea ice “got an F,” says Thayer School’s Donald Perovich. “This year, it got a D.”
Professor Matt Ayres says rising temperatures will “forever change” forest management in New Jersey.
Professor George Wolford discusses his study on how Halloween treats affect kids’ satisfaction.
Dartmouth’s Bruce Stanton talks about the health effects of arsenic exposure.
Thayer’s PhD Innovation Program prepares students to build an enterprise based on technical innovation.
A Dartmouth research team studies toxic metal pollution from a coastal Maine mine.