Dartmouth’s Julie Bynum is co-author of a study that examines end-of-life care for patients with chronic diseases.
Dartmouth researchers are collaborating with NASA on a mission to study the radiation belts that exist high above the Earth.
Thayer Professor Mary Albert's research looks to ancient ice for answers about climate change today and trains the next generation of polar scientists and engineers.
The founder of the Street Medicine Institute, Jim Withers, delivers the keynote address on homelessness and public health at 12:30 p.m. on February 1.
A reviewer says Professor Charles Wheelan’s new book is very likely “the most important health book of the year … even though it’s not primarily about health.”
Chemistry Professor F. Jon Kull takes his class outside in the snow for a dramatic display of chemicals in a thermite reaction that produced an exothermic light show.
Business Insider points to a landmark 2007 study on child labor by Dartmouth’s Eric V. Edmonds and offers a visual history through photographs taken between 1908 and 1924.
Thalia Wheatley's team is investigating the connection between music and motion as expressed in emotion and the cross-cultural universality of the connection.
The Internet forum Big Think refers to the work of Professor Marcelo Gleiser in a story about the extent to which humans can ever know “all there is to know.”
In his debut book, the Tuck School’s senior writer Kirk Kardashian writes about the dairy industry, from small farms in Vermont to industrial dairy plants.