Research News

Professor Rachel Obbard’s team will be the first to transport sea ice at its original temperature.
A new Dartmouth-led study looks at how lizards in the Bahamas are able to adapt in order to survive
The editor-in-chief for the topic is Anne Kapuscinski, chair of the Environmental Studies Program.
Scientists use depictions of animals in Egyptian art over time as a guide to population dynamics.
Elaina Melton will use the grant to support her work on two cholesterol-related diseases.
Dartmouth’s Jason Houle found that more than a third of young Americans have more debt than assets.
Dartmouth co-authors offer a short-term solution to dealing with the problem of price variations.
Olga Zhaxybayeva won a Simons Foundation Investigator grant to study microbial origins and evolution.
The Geisel professor talks about a study on smoking on the big screen.
Steve Bensen, Geisel ’90, talks about his two months with the Human Resources for Health program.