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Arsenic exposure levels in the infants tested during a recent study were low, says the biology professor.
Dartmouth scientists found that breast milk had much lower arsenic concentrations than formula did.
The associate professor of biological sciences talks about the vital role bees play.
The grant funds the engineering professor’s U.S. polar ice drilling research through 2018.
The researchers found that chemicals in floral nectar significantly reduce parasite infection in bees.
During winter break, Diana Wise ’15 studied the impact of ecotourism on the Antarctic wilderness
Jane Hill spent 10 days in South Africa, laying the groundwork for a TB clinical test trial.
Professors offer their perspectives on dating, romance, and, of course, the mating habits of reptiles.
The graduate student says a Dartmouth study sheds light on an old myth about creativity.
Dartmouth scientists help shed light on the mechanisms that control the melting of the ice sheet.