Dartmouth chemist wins prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Award for molecular switches.
A study led by Dartmouth’s Alan L. Gustman finds that most early baby boomers aren’t doing too badly.
Shannon Brownlee and co-author question the government’s advice to take Tamiflu to ward off the flu.
Geisel School of Medicine researchers see a connection between happy childhoods and healthy hearts.
A Dartmouth study sheds light on the advantage early humans gained from fingerprints.
A study by the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care points out that how well patients are prepared for at-home recovery before they leave the hospital helps keep them at home.
The Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program at Dartmouth formed C-MERC in 2010 to draw attention to the global problem of mercury contamination in marine fish.
“Part of my job as a teacher is to teach people how to articulate and be heard," says the Geisel School’s Kendall Hoyt.
Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88 discusses the themes in his new book, ‘Naked Statistics,’ including how statistics are used—and misused—in society.
Dartmouth’s Julie Bynum is co-author of a study that examines end-of-life care for patients with chronic diseases.