Professor Thalia Wheatley worked on the two-part PBS program, which looks at neuroscience and the law.
Dartmouth’s Tillman Gerngross is among the bioengineers developing new ways to engineer antibodies.
The 200-acre property is used as a research laboratory and a classroom.
Professor Mukul Sharma says there is evidence of a climate-altering meteor or comet impact.
A Dartmouth-led team explains the cause of the global climate 12,900 years ago.
Fast-food marketing aimed at children needs more regulation, says the Geisel School’s James Sargent.
The Geisel School’s Juliette Madan says infants carry microbes that may be of long-term benefit.
Computer scientist Thomas Cormen supplies the keys to unlock the ubiquitous algorithm.
Professor Bradley Duchaine’s facial recognition research may benefit a variety of professions.
Michelle Berlinger ’13 spent the past year studying jewelry and creating some of her own.