Contrary to popular opinion, a comet, not an asteroid, may have caused the extinction of dinosaurs.
Dartmouth study finds that tarsiers’ ability to see in color evolved during a nocturnal existence.
A 1954 study involving Dartmouth students is recalled to consider bias on the Supreme Court.
Dartmouth researchers make a breakthrough in secondhand smoke exposure technology.
Researchers at Thayer School are developing ways to help protect technology from solar storms.
Dartmouth researchers believe a comet, not an asteroid, hit the Earth 65 million years ago.
Professor Amy Gladfelter studies molecular behavior in cells using cutting-edge microscopic imaging.
Two juniors spent a term in Seoul, researching Homer Hulbert, Class of 1884.
Dartmouth’s Daryl Press and colleagues researched Americans’ views on the use of nuclear weapons.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch talks about a new study on the effect of false-positive test results.