Research News

A TDI study indicates that hookah use increases the likelihood that a teen will smoke cigarettes.
Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan co-authors a study about how vaccine information affects decision-making.
The $3.2 million grant will speed research and clinical trials at medical centers across the U.S.
The PhD student says people with mental illness find a sense of community and support through videos.
The Tuck visiting professor says the drugs and related remedies may actually make people gain weight.
College researchers take a new approach to information security via continuous authentication.
Dartmouth and Norwich University chemists focused on arsenic toxicity in food and drink.
The Mobile Tackling Target is designed to help football players tackle more safely.
“An epidemic of diagnosis is not good for anyone’s health,” says Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch.
“We are interested in basic precinct processes,” says Professor Michael Herron.