Research News

A Dartmouth-led study explains the melting of the Greenland ice sheet in 1889 and 2012.
Dartmouth's celebration of undergraduate engagement outside the classroom takes place every May.
A Dartmouth study shows that the more feminine a woman looks, the better she’ll do at the polls.
Dartmouth and Purdue researchers found that middle-aged adults were especially vulnerable.
Dartmouth wins five-year NIH grant to research health and ecosystem effects of arsenic and mercury.
When specific mutations for a cancer type are identified, patients can undergo targeted treatments.
Research by Tuck’s Leslie Robinson shines light on the “black box” of foreign earnings.
Dartmouth’s Brad Taylor and his team found climate change a likely factor in the algae’s spread.
The project, lead by Thayer’s Mark Borsuk, focuses on keeping well water safe to drink.
A study led by Geisel’s Marlene Goldman recommends that older women try in vitro fertilization first.