I3P received funding for a three-year project that will research how to improve the effectiveness of teams that respond to cyber attacks.
A National Geographic blogger discusses a new study by Dartmouth researchers that examines what may be a “uniquely human capacity to feel emotion through music.”
Deep cuts in federal research spending could have “devastating long-term implications,” writes the Thayer School’s Joseph Helble.
A video created by graduate students in Dartmouth’s IGERT program polar environmental change is garnering national media attention.
Dartmouth pollen biologist Rebecca Irwin studies the birds and the bees as pollinators in plant communities; their roles are often complicated by human activities.
LiveScience reports on a study co-authored by Dartmouth’s Thalia Wheatley that finds similar patterns in the way people of different cultures express emotions through music and movement.
In response to a controversial video, Dartmouth PhD students doing research in Greenland decided to make a video that would give an authentic picture of women scientists at work.
A new report from the Dartmouth Atlas Project looks at the variation in surgical rates at hospitals across the country.
Dartmouth-led research to which more than 70 scientists contributed takes a comprehensive look at environmental sources of mercury and mercury contamination of seafood.
Robots designed by a team led by Thayer School of Engineering Professor Laura Ray are doing field research in some of the world’s coldest regions.