Research News

What makes one person laugh may offer another person—or a Dartmouth research team—useful insights.
A Dartmouth study finds that children with TVs in their bedrooms gain about one extra pound per year.
A study led by Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan looks at the ineffectiveness of public health messages.
A Dartmouth study says temperature is the main influence on a Peruvian glacier’s waxing and waning.
Geisel Professor Mark Spaller and his student lab group investigate promising new antibodies.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch deconstructs criticism of a breast cancer screening study.
Edmondson, Mladek are named American Council of Learned Societies Collaborative Research Fellows.
Social drivers, market forces, and public polices are causing the decline, says Professor Michael Cox.
Dartmouth’s Eric Zitzewitz looks at the differences between judging in ski jumping and figure skating.
Economics students find a good marriage is worth a Valentine's Day investment.