The prototype wearable device uses electrodes around the wrist to identify the person wearing it.
Dartmouth’s Josh Kim writes about the creation of BASIC and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Faculty members Andrew Friedland, Steve Swayne, and Don Pease are among edX pioneers for the College.
BASIC “opened up the world of computing to anyone who wanted to try it,” says NPR’s Joe Palca.
In 1964, a Dartmouth team democratized computing and launched a revolution.
“The world was a better place when almost everybody who used PCs at least dabbled in BASIC,” writes “TIME.”
In 1964, John Kemeny, Tom Kurtz, and a handful of undergraduates programmed a revolution.
International scholars came to Dartmouth to talk about remote sensing of past human landscapes.
The tech website test-drives an app from the new startup created by Branko Cerny ’13.
Dartmouth’s Sergey Bratus wants to close the door on Internet hackers.