The Geisel School’s Juliette Madan says infants carry microbes that may be of long-term benefit.
Computer 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 Berlinger ’13 spent the past year studying jewelry and creating some of her own.
A Dartmouth-led research team is looking for ways to create secure health information systems.
Avoiding chemicals is unnecessary, says Dartmouth’s Gordon Gribble.
Six scholars will conduct research and interact with students and faculty during the academic year.
Nick Reo teaches in both the Native American studies and environmental studies programs at Dartmouth.
This is the last story in a four-part series on archaeology undergraduates doing fieldwork.
This is the third in a four-part series on archaeology undergraduates doing fieldwork.