Research News

For her senior thesis, the geography major researched the struggles of black communities in Atlanta.
Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan and fellow researchers investigate ways to change long-held beliefs.
"The Arctic is really changing,” says Thayer doctoral student Kaitlin Keegan.
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.