Research News

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.
Professor David Blanchflower says there is, “too much slack in the labor market.”
A Dartmouth study looks at how a constant battle between two parts of the brain impacts will power.
Dartmouth offered a glimpse of its research and innovation at the USA Science & Engineering Festival.
Gift focusing on “big data” creates first of new academic clusters announced by President Phil Hanlon in April.
A Dartmouth study shows that false-positive mammograms have no ill effect on overall well-being.