Gift focusing on “big data” creates first of new academic clusters announced by President Phil Hanlon in April.
A Dartmouth study shows that false-positive mammograms have no ill effect on overall well-being.
Downward wage pressure is “bigger than we thought,” says Professor David Blanchflower.
2014 Dartmouth NSF Research Fellowship winners competed against 14,000 students for 2,000 spots.
Professor Mary Flanagan is among 10 “game changing” women featured by the magazine.
Professor Mary Lou Guerinot studies how rice absorbs metals and other troublesome elements from soil.
Two Dartmouth students talk about a class project they have taken well beyond the classroom.
Graduate students from a range of disciplines—from genetics to earth sciences—shared their research at the April event.
Dartmouth’s new Center for Surgical Innovation makes space for research in clinical care.
For Professor Xia Zhou, balancing teaching and her networking technology research is an art.