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Will the Publishers Perish?

Institutional leaders need to work with academic librarians at a crucial moment. Go >>

 

Past Meets Present

A distinctive collection of historic scientific instruments gives students a rare opportunity.
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ArchiveVol. 1 Issue 1 - Fall 2003

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A Letter From the Dean
By Stephen P. Spielberg. Go >>

A Letter From the Editor
By Laurel Stavis. Go >>

Small Solutions to Big Problems
Dartmouth senior Jonathan Werner-Allen builds modern-day prospecting tools to find not gold but proteins. Go >>

Using an Algorithm to Solve Disease Mysteries
Dartmouth researchers have developed an algorithm that may someday be used to analyze blood for diagnostic purposes.
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Shedding New Light on Cellular Dynamics
A new protein discovery sheds light on how chemical information is transported within cells. Go >>

People, Places and Things
Geography, geology and anthropology are all fields that interested Dartmouth senior Rebecca Manners as an undergraduate. Go >>

National Endowment for the Humanities Awards
Two Dartmouth professors have been selected as NEH Fellows.
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Guggenheim Foundation Fellowships
Larry Polansky, Associate Professor of Music, and Susan Jane Walp, Lecturer in Studio Art, were named John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellows for 2004. Go >>

Drink Your Milk and Take Your Vitamins
The nutrients calcium and vitamin D work in tandem, not separately, to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new Dartmouth Medical School study reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Go >>

Tinkering with the Biological Clock
Patrice Salomé says that anyone who has ever suffered from jet lag knows what circadian rhythms involve. Go >>

Strangers in Their Own Lands
Sharon Yoon ’04 is researching how Korean minorities in Japan and Chinese minorities in Korea form their own identities. Go >>

The Mind at Work
A study by Jennifer Richeson, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, reveals that interracial contact has a profound impact on a person’s attention and performance.
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