Research News

Dartmouth’s Tillman Gerngross is among the bioengineers developing new ways to engineer antibodies.
Scott Stokoe, second from left, manager of Dartmouth's Organic Farm and adjunct instructor of environmental studies, discusses the effects of different growing conditions on corn with students in his "Ecological Agriculture" class. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)The 200-acre property is used as a research laboratory and a classroom.
Professor Mukul Sharma says there is evidence of a climate-altering meteor or comet impact.
: Using a binocular microscope, Dartmouth geochemist Mukul Sharma examines impact-derived spherules that he and his colleagues regard as evidence of a climate-altering meteor or comet impact 12,900 years ago. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)A Dartmouth-led team explains the cause of the global climate 12,900 years ago.
Philly.comFast-food marketing aimed at children needs more regulation, says the Geisel School’s James Sargent.
The New York TimesThe Geisel School’s Juliette Madan says infants carry microbes that may be of long-term benefit.
CormenComputer scientist Thomas Cormen supplies the keys to unlock the ubiquitous algorithm.
Professor Bradley Duchaine’s facial recognition research may benefit a variety of professions.
Michelle BerlingerMichelle Berlinger ’13 spent the past year studying jewelry and creating some of her own.
Vermont Public RadioA Dartmouth-led research team is looking for ways to create secure health information systems.