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Press Releases & Statements

  • Acceptances Offered to Most Diverse Early Decision Group Ever (12/14/18)
  • Quantum Noise Can Reduce Precision of Advanced Measuring Devices (12/10/18)
  • U.S. Image Abroad: It’s the Message Not the Messenger (11/30/18)
  • Moviemaking Mimics Nature for Creative Control and a More Realistic Look (11/29/18)
  • Statement on Lawsuit Filed Against Dartmouth (11/16/18)
  • Dartmouth-Stanford Study on Economic Impact of Border Wall Finds High Costs and Few Benefits to U.S. Workers (11/15/18)
  • Social Relationships More Important than Hard Evidence in Partisan Politics (11/13/18)
  • Brain Learns to Recognize Familiar Faces Regardless of Where They Are in the Visual Field (11/8/18)
  • Eye-Tracking Glasses Provide a New Vision for the Future of Augmented Reality (10/29/18)
  • Dartmouth’s PhasorSec Protects Power Grids from Cyberattack (10/29/18)
  • What’s That Stink? Dartmouth’s Rare Corpse Flower, “Morphy,” Is Getting Ready to Bloom Again! (10/23/18)
  • The Good Book: Bible Helps Researchers Perfect Translation Algorithms (10/23/18)
  • Study Finds Racial Disparities in Student Debt Increase After Young People Leave College (10/18/18)
  • Energy harvesting and innovative inputs highlight tech show gadgetry (10/15/18) 
  • Versatile molecular system extends the promise of light-activated switches (10/10/18)
  • Children's Violent Video Game Play Associated with Increased Physical Aggressive Behavior (10/1/18)
  • How Slick Water and Black Shale in Fracking Combine to Produce Radioactive Waste (9/18/18)
  • New Research Unravels the Mysteries of Deep Soil Carbon (9/11/18)
  • Getting Policy Right: Why Fisheries Management is Plagued by the Panacea Mindset and What to do About it (8/20/18)
  • Making Aquafeed More Sustainable: Scientists Develop Feeds Using A Marine Microalga Co-product  (8/17/18)
  • Dartmouth Lab Identifies Pulling and Braking of ‘Ancient Motor’ in Cell Division (8/7/18)
  • The Fate of Arctic Mosquitoes Depends on Habitat and Access to Blood Meals  (8/3/18)
  • What is Causing More Extreme Precipitation in the Northeast? (7/31/18)
  • Inspiration for Dr. Seuss’s ‘The Lorax’ May Be From Real Plant and Animal Life in Kenya (7/23/18)
  • Dartmouth Software Provides Fix to Spectre Computer Vulnerability (7/19/18)
  • Our Human Ancestors Walked On Two Feet But Their Children Still Had A Backup Plan (7/3/18)
  • Statement Regarding Trump Administration Rescission of Affirmative Action Guidelines (7/3/18)
  • Inability to Recognize Faces Linked to Broader Visual Recognition Problems (6/25/18)
  • Seeking New Relationships With Invasive Species (6/13/18)
  • World Cup Contenders Beware: Opponents Likely to Experience Drops in Trade (6/11/18)
  • Airlines and Passengers Save Billions Through Crew Planning (6/6/18)
  • Cool Weather Can Amplify Attacks of Tree-Killing Bark Beetle (5/31/18)
  • Our Brains Are Obsessed With Being Social (5/16/18)
  • Neukom Institute Announces Winners of Speculative Fiction Awards (5/16/18)
  • New Software, HyperTools, Transforms Complex Data into Visualizable Shapes (5/07/18)
  • Climate Change Study Finds New Hampshire’s Warmer Weather Will Bring Warmer Streams (4/30/18)
  • Dartmouth College Brings Smartwatch Innovations to CHI2018 (4/18/18)
  • New Research Predicts Which Trees Are at Greatest Risk of Beetle Invasion (4/16/18)
  • Dartmouth-led Study Finds Humans and Others Exposed to Prenatal Stress Have High Stress Hormone Levels After Birth (4/10/18)
  • Critical North American Mountain Region Melting at Fastest Rate in Centuries (4/10/18)
  • How Will Environmental Changes Affect Western Greenland? (4/6/18)
  • Smart Ink Adds New Dimensions to 3D Printing (4/3/18)
  • West Greenland Ice Sheet Melting at the Fastest Rate in Centuries (3/28/18)
  • Play on Artificial Intelligence, Choice, and the Future Wins Inaugural Neukom Institute Literary Arts Award (3/28/18)
  • Dartmouth Media Ecology Project’s New Collaboration with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (3/27/18)
  • New Scheduling Model Puts Airlines on Equal Plane While Easing Congestion (3/27/18)
  • New Technique Sheds Light on Body Language in Job Interviews, Sales Calls and Team Projects (3/27/18)
  • Dartmouth College helping to train high school students in cybersecurity (3/27/18)
  • Your Gender May Affect How You Perceive A Woman’s Anxiety in STEM (3/16/18)
  • Food Abundance Driving Conflict in Africa, Not Food Scarcity (3/1/18)
  • Polar Vortex Defies Climate Change in the Southeast (2/13/18)
  • Researchers Raise a 170-Million-Year Question over Mysterious Moss Gene (2/12/18)
  • Research Papers Contribute to Global Efforts Against Mercury Pollution (2/7/18)
  • Your Brain Reveals Who Your Friends Are (1/30/18)
  • Court Software May Be No More Accurate than Web Survey Takers in Predicting Criminal Risk (1/17/18)
  • The Fields Medal Fallacy: Why this Math Prize Should Return to its Roots as a Tool for Shaping the Discipline (1/15/18)
  • Why the Republican Party May Have an Advantage When it Rains:Voters Change their Minds (1/11/18)
  •  New Study Presents Analysis of Fake News Consumption During the 2016 Presidential Campaign (1/02/18)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Provide Theoretical Backbone to Groundbreaking Work in Quantum Sensing (12/21/17)
  • Warming Seas Double Snowfall Around North America’s Tallest Peaks (12/07/17)
  • How We Learn: Mastering the Features Around You Rather Than Learning About Individual Objects (12/19/17)
  • Nationalism from International Sports May Increase International Conflict (11/28/17)
  • Big Data Creates Family Tree of Constitutions (11/22/17)
  • How to Manage Forest Pests in the Anthropocene? Bring theory (11/13/17)
  • Patients with Depression and Advanced Cancer Survive Longer with Palliative Care Intervention, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (11/10/17)
  • A “Virtual Wall” That Improves Wireless Security and Performance (11/08/17)
  • Nuclear Energy Programs Do Not Increase Likelihood of Proliferation, Dartmouth Study Finds (11/06/17)
  • New SOFT electronic textiles could offer advanced protection for soldiers and emergency personnel (11/01/17)
  • Neukom Institute to Honor the World’s Most Spectacular Speculative Fiction (10/25/17)
  • Dartmouth to Debut Wearables that Warn and Wow at UIST 2017 (10/20/17)
  • Dartmouth Economist Outlines Reforms to Improve Access to Affordable, High Quality Child Care (10/19/17)
  • New Music and Social Justice Series by University of Michigan Press to be Co-Edited by Dartmouth Assistant Professor of Music William Cheng (10/12/17)
  • Carbon Dioxide Levels Lower Than Thought During Super Greenhouse Period (10/12/17)
  • Indigenous Nations’ Environmental Stewardship in Tackling Invasive Species (10/5/17)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Receives NASA Grant to Study Lake Water Quality in the Northeast (9/29/17)
  • Streamlined Process Opens Drug Development to a New Class of Steroids (9/25/17)
  • Statement on Withdrawal of Title IX Guidance Documents (9/22/17)
  • How Aerial Thermal Imagery Is Revolutionizing Archaeology (9/22/17)
  • Dartmouth Announces Endowment Returns (9/13/17)
  • Teens’ Ability to Consider the Intentions of Others in Relation to Fairness Linked to Structural Changes in the Brain (9/12/17)
  • Statement on Coming Revision of Title IX Regulations (9/7/17)
  • Americans’ Views Towards Refugee Resettlement: Not-in-My Backyard (NIMBYism) Syndrome and Media Frames (9/6/17)
  • Drought Response in Global Crops may be as Complex as Day and Night (8/29/17)
  • Severity of North Pacific Storms at Highest Point in Over 1200 Years (8/24/17)
  • Statement on Lecturer in History Mark Bray (8/21/17)
  • Statement by President Phil Hanlon on the Events in Charlottesville, Va. (8/14/17)
  • Extreme Melt Season Leads to Decade-long Ecosystem Changes in Antarctic Polar Desert (8/7/17)
  • Understanding How Fishers Fish on Coral Reefs Can Inform Fishery Management Strategies (7/31/17)
  • International Mercury Conference Brings Scientists, Policymakers and NGOs Together to Find Solutions to Complex Environmental and Public Health Problems (7/12/17)
  • The UN actually does prevent war, according to study of General Assembly votes (7/8/17)
  • Greater understanding of plant hormone results in stem cells that grow shoots (7/3/17)
  • Joseph Helble Reappointed to Fourth Term as Thayer Dean (7/3/17)
  • Awards Announced for 2017 Turing Tests in the Creative Arts (6/20/17)
  • Bacterial Classification May Be More Elusive Than Previously Thought (6/19/17)
  • “Big Food” Companies Have Less Power Than You Might Think: Progress Toward Sustainability Slowed by Limited Knowledge and Influence on the Farm (6/12/17)
  • New-generation material removes iodine from water (6/7/17)
  • Through Silo(e)scapes, Zenovia Toloudi Highlights Need for Protecting Native Seeds of the Mediterranean (6/5/17)
  • Director Named to Lead Arthur L. Irving Institute (6/5/17)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds Heavier Precipitation in the Northeast Began in 1996 (5/23/17)
  • Making Volunteer-based Legislatures Work: Overcoming Barriers for Gender Equality in Political Representation (5/10/17)
  • New South African Fossils Discovered, Described, and Dated (5/9/17)
  • Expert Rock Climbing Routes Recreated Indoors Using 3-D Modeling and Digital Fabrication (5/8/17)
  • Dartmouth-led team develops smartwatch with all the moves (5/8/17)
  • Next of Kin: Seeing Extinction Through the Artist’s Lens (5/2/17)
  • The Brain Sets a Unique Learning Rate for Everything We Do, By Self-Adjusting to the Environment (4/19/17)
  • Sandhya Subramanian Named General Counsel (4/19/17)
  • University College London, Paris Descartes University, and Dartmouth Study Finds Everyone Has Different 'Bad Spots' in Their Vision (4/10/17)
  • Are You Listening? Your Pupils Indicate If You Are (4/7/17)
  • Bipartisan Coalitions More Likely as Congress Becomes More Polarized, Dartmouth-Miami University Study Finds (4/6/17)
  • Duane Compton Named Dean at Geisel School of Medicine (4/5/17)
  • Study: What Makes for Effective Partnerships With Indigenous Nations in Environmental Protection and Stewardship? (4/4/17)
  • Haldeman Family Endows Athletic Director’s Position (4/3/17)
  • Big Data Finds Supreme Court Becoming Increasingly Idiosyncratic (3/31/17)
  • N. Bruce Duthu ’80 Appointed Dean of the Faculty 3/27/17)
  • 3-D Printing Turns Nanomachines into Life-size Workers (3/22/17)
  • Statement of Support for Transgender Members of the Dartmouth Community (3/21/17)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds Increased Water Availability from Climate Change May Release More Nutrients into Soil in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica (3/13/17)
  • $10 Million Gift to Expand Foreign Study Opportunities (3/08/17)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds Modern Hunter-Gatherers Relocate to Maximize Foraging Efficiency (3/6/17)
  • Political Scientists Launch New “Bright Line Watch” Initiative to Monitor the Current State of American Democracy (2/23/17)
  • Dartmouth Computer Scientist Wins Sloan Foundation Fellowship (2/21/17)
  • Roads Are Driving Rapid Evolutionary Change in Our Environment (2/16/17)
  • Statement on the Amicus Brief Filed in Darweesh et al. v Trump et al. (2/13/17)
  • Mexican Bracero Exclusion Failed to Raise Wages or Employment for Domestic Farm Workers in the U.S. (2/10/17)
  • CNN News Anchor Jake Tapper ’91 Is Commencement Speaker (2/09/17)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds Mutual Reinforcement of Phenotypic Diversity and Cooperation (2/3/17)
  • Dartmouth Professor Eric R. Fossum Wins Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (2/1/17)
  • Why the Lights Don’t Go Out When We Blink (1/19/17)
  • Proxi App Places Friends and Family on Mental Health Care Teams (1/16/17)
  • Is Student Debt Responsible For "Boomeranging" Among Young Adults? (1/5/17)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds Children With Higher Genetic Risk for Obesity Respond More Strongly to Fast Food Ads  (12/19/16)
  • New Director Appointed to Lead Hopkins Center for the Arts (12/15/17)
  • Fulbright Arctic Initiative Establishes Innovative Research Model for a Sustainable Arctic Future (12/15/17)
  • Dartmouth’s Early Admissions Are a ‘Record Pool of Talent’ (12/14/16)
  • Study Finds American Indian Adults Exposed to Early Life Trauma More Likely to Develop PTSD and Poor Physical Health in Adulthood (12/9/16)
  • New “Printone” Tool Allows Users to Create 3-D Printed Wind Instruments in Any Shape or Form (12/05/19)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds No Evidence of Voter Fraud (12/02/16)
  • Geographers Provide New Insight Into Commuter Megaregions of the U.S. (11/30/16)
  • Four Dartmouth Faculty Named AAAS Fellows (11/21/16)
  • New Horrors in Frankenstein (10/28/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Examines How Friendship Networks at College Impact Students’ Academic and Social Success (10/25/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Demonstrates How Age-Related Genetic Anomalies Contribute to the Maternal Age Effect (10/19/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Develops WristWhirl, A Smartwatch Prototype Using Wrist As A Joystick (10/14/16)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Launch “HillaryDonald Go”—A New Political Augmented Reality Game (10/13/16)
  • Dartmouth Researchers’ “DarkLight” Prototype Enables Visible Light Communication in the Dark (9/30/16)
  • Dartmouth Study on Brain Function and Behavior Provides New Insight on Why Risk-Taking Behavior Increases During Adolescence (9/29/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Examines Conspiracy Beliefs About “Deflategate” Scandal (9/27/16)
  • Dartmouth College and UMass Lowell Launch HillaryDonald.com: React, View and Track Reactions to the Presidential Debates in Real-Time (9/23/16)
  • Dartmouth Offers Rare Opportunity to View the Upcoming Bloom of "Morphy," a Titan Arum or Corpse Flower, at the Life Sciences Greenhouse (9/21/16)
  • Announcing the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society (9/16/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds STEM Workers More Likely to Find Jobs in Denser STEM Labor Markets than in Large Labor Markets (9/12/16)
  • Archive of Photographer James Nachtwey '70 Acquired by Hood Museum (9/6/16)
  • Dartmouth College Partners with the Center for Open Science and the Center for Political Studies to Launch New Research Contest to Study the 2016 Election (9/8/16)
  • Dartmouth Introduces Bike-Sharing Program with Zagster (9/6/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Research on How Attention Works in the Brain Receives National Science Foundation Award (8/22/16)
  • North American Orienteering Championships 2016 to be Held at Dartmouth College (8/15/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds Redacted Documents May Fuel Rather than Debunk Conspiracy Theory Beliefs (8/4/16)
  • President Hanlon's Arctic Voyage (7/27/16)
  • Enrollment in Jewish Studies Grows Amid Global Unrest (7/27/16)
  • Scientists Outline How to Prevent the Next Emerald Ash Borer (7/25/16)
  • Dartmouth Study With Aye-Ayes and Slow Loris Finds That Prosimians Prefer Alcohol (7/19/16)
  • Susanne Mehrer Named Dartmouth’s Dean of Libraries (7/13/16)
  • Greater Privacy and Security Measures Needed to Protect Patients’ Information in Mobile Health Technology (7/13/16)
  • Dartmouth Statement on Rep. Annie Kuster and sexual assault (6/22/16)
  • School of Graduate and Advanced Studies Opens July 1 (6/20/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds Removal of Dams in New England Can Help Reconnect River Networks and Increase Watershed Resilience (6/7/16)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Training Machines to See Like Humans (6/6/16)
  • Dartmouth Team Makes Breakthrough toward Fish-Free Aquaculture Feed (9/2/16)
  • Barium Leaches Directly from Fracked Rocks, Dartmouth Team Finds (5/25/16)
  • Dartmouth Team Creates New Method to Control Quantum Systems (5/20/16)
  • Robot Artists Can’t Create Human-Quality Work Yet, Dartmouth Contest Finds (5/19/16)
  • Dartmouth Researcher, Collaborators Unveil Dual Screen Smartwatch (5/12/16)
  • $25 Million Gift Propels Expansion of Dartmouth Engineering (5/16/16)
  • Dartmouth to Host Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (6/10/16)
  • Researchers Announce New Way to Explore Mathematical Universe (5/10/16)
  • Mercury in Fish Affected by Both Prey Type and Quality, Dartmouth Study Finds (5/9/16)
  • Dartmouth-Stanford Study Finds Health Advertorials Misleading but Persuasive (5/9/16)
  • Clinton Edging Trump in New Hampshire, Dartmouth Polls Shows (5/8/16)
  • Digital Media May Be Changing How You Think (5/8/16)
  • Statement by President Phil Hanlon and Provost Carolyn Dever on the Remarks Made by Guest Speaker Professor Jasbir Puar (5/6/16)
  • Come to Think of It...or Not: Dartmouth Study Shows How Memories Can be Intentionally Forgotten (5/5/16)
  • The Robot as Artist: Looking for Art in Artificial Intelligence (5/3/16)
  • Ice Loss Accelerating in Greenland's Coastal Glaciers, Dartmouth Study Finds (4/28/16)
  • Researchers Create Artificial Protein to Control Assembly of Buckyballs (4/25/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study of Chimpanzees Explores the Early Origins of Human Hand Dexterity(4/22/16)
  • Infectious Outbreaks Must Be Combatted Strategically, Dartmouth-HHS Experts Argue (4/21/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Measures Bias in How We Learn and Make Decisions (4/21/16)
  • Victorian Age Technology Can Improve Virtual Reality, Stanford-Dartmouth Study Finds (4/19/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Devises New Technique to Probe “Noise” in Quantum Computing (4/18/16)
  • Wikipedia's Verifiability isn't Always Verifiable, Dartmouth Study Finds (4/15/16)
  • Clear-Cutting Destabilizes Carbon in Forest Soils, Dartmouth Study Finds (4/15/16)
  • Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee to Speak at Commencement (4/13/16)
  • Scientists Invent Robotic "Artist" That Spray Paints Giant Murals (4/7/16)
  • Response to the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees Request for Information Regarding University Endowments (4/04/16)
  • University of Washington – Dartmouth Study Illustrates How Hostile States’ Immigration Policies Changed Latino Migration within the U.S. in the Late 2000s (3/29/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Provides New Knowledge for Managing Tree-Killing Bark Beetles (3/24/16)
  • You Taste like Mercury, Said the Spider to the Fly (3/23/16)
  • Dartmouth’s “Wild-ID” Tracking Technology Highlights Vulnerability of Wildebeest Migration (3/17/16)
  • Climate Warming Accelerating Carbon Loss from Thawing Arctic Soils, Dartmouth Study Finds (3/16/16)
  • Low-Level Arsenic May Impact Fetal Growth, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (3/04/16)
  • New Study Finds Disparity in Student Loan Debt Between Blacks and Whites Affected By Family Background and Parental Wealth (3/08/16)
  • Trustees Prioritize Campus Diversity and Inclusivity (03/06/16)
  • Why Pharmaceutical Firms May Prefer to Invest in Drugs Over Vaccines:
    New Harvard-Dartmouth Study Finds Zipf Distributions of Risk of a Disease Plays Major Role
    (3/02/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds That Married Physicians Who Are "Power Couples"
    Are Less Likely to Work in Rural Areas (3/01/16)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Invent “Magic Wand” to Improve Healthcare, Cybersecurity (2/19/16)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Develops Method to Predict Local Climate Change (2/18/16)
  • Real or Virtual: Dartmouth Scientists Ask – Can We Tell the Difference? (2/18/16)
  • First-of-Its-Kind Study Finds Parental Debt Affects Children’s Socioemotional Well-being (1/21/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Sheds Light on Evolutionary Origin of Sleep (2/09/16)
  • Dartmouth Expert Available to Discuss Zika Epidemic (2/05/16)
  • Climate Change's Frost Harms Early Plant Reproduction, Dartmouth (2/01/16)
  • Climate Change Prompts Makeover of New England's Forests, Dartmouth Study Finds (1/29/16)
  • Dartmouth Scientists Discover Method to Potentially Repair Nerve Damage (1/21/16)
  • Dartmouth Study Helps Fill in Gaps in Our Visual Perception (1/21/16)
  • Dartmouth Scholars Release Global Terrorism Forecast for 2016 (1/19/16)
  • Gender Gap Closing in Field of Vision Science, Dartmouth-Penn Study Finds (1/19/16)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Explain How Vestibular System's Horizontal Canals Influence Directional Navigation (1/19/16)
  • Dartmouth Achieves Goal for Investment in World-Leading Academics (1/11/16)
  • Anglers’ Gear Choice, Cooperation Affect Coral Reef Fisheries, Dartmouth-Led Research Finds (1/08/16)
  • To Sustain Astronauts’ Mental Health, Dartmouth-Led Team Testing New Virtual Reality Tech in Arctic Isolation (1/04/16)
  • Airline Passengers Face Longer Delays Under DOT Rule, Dartmouth-MIT Study Finds (12/21/15)
  • The Scientific Benefits of Rudolph’s Red Nose (12/21/15)
  • Researchers Test Sustainable Forestry Policies on Tropical Deforestation, Timber Production (12/18/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Sheds Light on Lake Evaporation under Changing Climate (12/16/15)
  • Melting Sea Ice Increases Arctic Precipitation, Complicates Climate Predictions, Dartmouth Scientists Find (12/16/15)
  • Fracking Plays Active Role in Generating Toxic Metal Wastewater From Marcellus Shale, Dartmouth Study Finds (12/15/15)
  • New Research Sheds Light on Mercury Pollution in Estuaries, Food Chain (12/07/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Discovers New Acoustic, Vibrational Duet in Crickets (12/07/15)
  • Dartmouth Expert Available to Comment on Presidential Primary Debates (12/07/15)
  • Dartmouth Scholar Daniel Benjamin Says Lone Wolves “New Normal” in Terrorism (12/04/15)
  • Dartmouth Scholar Says Iran Remains Dangerous But Unlikely to Unleash New Terror (12/03/15)
  • Alumni Gifts of $10 Million Will Fund Poverty Research (12/02/15)
  • Dartmouth Expert Available to Discuss Dire State of Ocean Fisheries (11/25/15)
  • A Message to the Dartmouth Community From President Hanlon (11/23/15)
  • $20 Million in Gifts Furthers Hanlon’s Cluster Initiative (11/20/15)
  • Dartmouth Expert Available to Comment on Future of Genetically Engineered Fish for U.S. Dinner Plates (11/20/15)
  • Dartmouth Scientists Shed Light on How Our Brains See the World (11/18/15)
  • Statement Regarding Recent Student Protest in Baker-Berry Library (11/16/15)
  • Statement From President Hanlon on Incident at Latinx Ivy League Conference at Brown University (11/16/15)
  • Statement from President Hanlon on Community Expectations and the Citizenship Pledge (11/13/15)
  • Breeding Flexibility Helps Migratory Songbirds Adjust to Climate Warming, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (11/13/15)
  • Dartmouth Scientists Unravel Brain Circuits Involved in Cravings (11/11/15)
  • Statement on Use of Spaulding Auditorium by Political Candidates (11/10/15)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Create Automated Tool for Dialect Analysis (11/09/15)
  • Children Exposed to Arsenic May Face Greater Risk of Infection, Respiratory Symptoms, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (11/09/15)
  • Trustees Discuss 'Big Ideas,' Geisel's Future (11/08/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Shows Regional Economies Reap Benefits From Fracking Within 100-Mile Radius (11/6/15)
  • Dartmouth, NSF Aim to Turn America's Rural Libraries into STEM Centers (11/02/15)
  • Dartmouth "Inner GPS" Study May Aid Diagnosis of Brain Diseases (11/02/15)
  • Arctic Snow Not Darkening Due to Soot, Dust, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (10/30/15)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Shed Light on Protein-Related Diseases (10/29/15)
  • Dartmouth Professor Becomes New Chair of Union of Concerned Scientists (10/28/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Explores Wave-Particle Interaction in Atmosphere (10/27/15)
  • Dartmouth, Collaborators United to Fight Arsenic Exposure (10/26/15)
  • Dartmouth Research at Tiltfactor Lab Illustrates How Game Design Can Reduce Stereotypes and Social Biases (10/26/15)
  • Dartmouth Led Study Shows ISIS Is Not the Only Culprit in War-Related Looting in Syria (10/21/15)
  • New Dartmouth-Disney Device Improves Full-Color Image Projection (10/21/15)
  • New Human Ancestor's Feet Resemble Our Own, Dartmouth Scientist Finds (10/16/15)
  • Battle Family Gives $5 Million Moosilauke Challenge Gift (10/8/15)
  • Backyard Photo of Lee Harvey Oswald is Authentic, Dartmouth Study Shows (10/01/15)
  • Dartmouth Engineering Researchers Produce Breakthrough for Photography (09/28/15)
  • Former N.H. House Speaker Norelli Named Perkins Bass Visitor (9/21/15)
  • An Update on Moving Dartmouth Forward (9/14/15)
  • Researchers Find Major Gaps in Understanding Risks, Benefits of Eating Fish (09/14/15)
  • Trustees Discuss STEM Imperative, Academic and Campus Priorities (09/13/15)
  • Arctic Mosquitoes Thriving Under Climate Change, Dartmouth Study Finds  (09/09/15)
  • New Species of Human Relative Discovered (09/08/15)
  • Parasitized Bees are Self-Medicating in the Wild, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (09/01/15)
  • Tackling Concussions, Football’s First Padded Humanoid to Debut at Dartmouth  (8/19/15)
  • Dartmouth – University of Wisconsin-Madison Study Challenges that  Student Loan Debt is Preventing Young People from Buying Homes  (8/17/15)
  • Greenland Ice Sheet's Winds Driving Tundra Soil Erosion, Dartmouth Study Finds (8/12/15)
  • Dartmouth Team Uses Smart Light, Shadows to Track Human Posture (8/10/15)
  • Dartmouth Researcher Discovers "Brain Signature" That Predicts Human Emotions (8/10/15)
  • Trust Me: Dartmouth Researcher Sheds Light on Why People Trust (8/10/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Shows Some People More Predisposed to Learn than Others (7/30/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Shows Taking an Art Course Rewires Your Brain (7/30/15)
  • Dartmouth-NASA Collaboration Reveals New X-Ray Actions (7/23/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Completes First Synthesis of Molecules that Induce Rapid Cell Death Linked to Cancer (7/21/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Sheds New Light on Mind-Brain Relationship (7/16/15)
  • Dartmouth Astrophysicist Available to Comment on Pluto Flyby Mission (7/13/15)
  • Targeting Brain Molecule May Reduce Schizophrenia Symptoms, Drug Abuse, Dartmouth Study Suggests (7/13/15)
  • The Robot as Artist: Dartmouth to Host AI Competition for “Human-Quality” Fiction, Poetry, DJ Dance Sets (6/29/15)
  • Soil Water, Microbes Influence Carbon Turnover in World’s Coldest Desert, ASU-Dartmouth Study Finds (6/29/15)
  • Recent Mercury Pollution on the Rise, But Quick to Change, Dartmouth-Led Study Shows (6/29/15)
  • Some Forestlands Cool Climate Better Without Trees, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (6/25/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Study Finds Wolves Are Better Hunters When Monkeys Are Around (6/22/15)
  • In Cricket Sex Songs, Males Feel the Caloric Burn, Dartmouth Study Finds (6/16/15)
  • Dartmouth’s Tiltfactor Launches Games to Improve Access to Biodiversity Heritage Library Content (6/9/15)
  • Trustees Discuss Academic Progress, Announce New Members (6/14/15)
  • How Will Congressmen Vote? Just Look at their Social Circles, Dartmouth Study Finds (5/25/15)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Create First Smartphone App That Predicts GPA (5/25/15)
  • Obese Teens’ Brains, Mouths Unusually Susceptible to Food Commercials, Dartmouth Study Finds (5/21/15)
  • Metal Pollutants in Invasive Earthworms May Threaten Forest Predators, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (5/20/15)
  • Bin Laden Documents: Dartmouth Experts Available to Comment (5/20/15)
  • Climate Change’s Future Impact Uncertain on Midwest Water Cycle, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (5/18/15)
  • Dartmouth Team Creates First Hidden, Real-Time, Screen-Camera Communication Atop Any Screen Content (5/18/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Shows That Playing Games Can Shift Attitudes (5/13/15)
  • What’s Love Got to Do with It? A Lot for Eavesdropping Bats, Singing Katydids (5/13/15)
  • Introduction to College with Dartmouth’s First-Year Trips (5/12/15)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Help to Create New Measurement of Banks “Too Big to Fail” (5/11/15)
  • Dartmouth Chemists Create New Pathway to Potential Medicines (5/11/15)
  • Dartmouth Poll Shows Clinton Faces Stiff Competition From Republicans in NH (5/6/15)
  • Dartmouth Expert on Attack at Texas Anti-Islam Event (5/4/15)
  • Scientists Discover Salty Aquifer, Previously Unknown Microbial Habitat Under Antarctica (4/23/15)
  • Researchers Train Computers to Identify Gene Interactions in Human Tissues (4/23/15)
  • Dartmouth Expert Available to Discuss Upcoming U.S.-Japan Summit (4/21/15)
  • Getting Highly Qualified Students to Apply to College (4/21/15)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Find Possible Universal Code of Protein Structure (4/21/15)
  • Computational Techniques Trace Clerks’ Influence on U.S. Supreme Court (4/21/15)
  • As U.S. Assumes Arctic Council Chairmanship, New Report Emphasizes Cooperation Over Conflict (4/20/15)
  • Black Hole Hunters Tackle a Cosmic Conundrum (4/20/15)
  • Facebook Users’ Wishful Thinking: Cyberbullying, Depression Won’t Happen to Me (4/16/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Identifies Circadian Clock Gene That Strengthens Crop Plant (4/4/15)
  • Placenta Reflects Arsenic Exposure in Pregnant Women and Fetuses, Dartmouth Study Shows (4/2/15)
  • Dartmouth-Led Team Studies Climate Smart Diary Farming and Bioenergy (3/31/15)
  • Mild Winters Not Fueling All Pine Beetle Outbreaks in Western United States (3/30/15)
  • International Study Raises Questions About Cause of Global Ice Ages (3/20/15)
  • Finding Support for Surgery on Facebook (3/17/15)
  • How You Talk About Your Friends Reveals A Lot About Yourself (3/16/15)
  • Dartmouth Science Policy Expert Available to Comment (3/16/15)
  • River Algae Affecting Mercury Pollution at Superfund Site (3/13/15)
  • Dartmouth Accelerates Academic Planning; Announces Room, Board, Tuition, and Fees for 2015–16 (3/7/15)
  • Dartmouth Professor Helps Boost Productivity in Malaysia (3/4/15)
  • First Online Market for Reputation Launched By Dartmouth Students (2/26/15)
  • Climate-Warmed Leaves Change Lake Ecosystems, Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (2/25/15)
  • NSF Renews Dartmouth’s Role Leading U.S. Ice Drilling Program (2/24/15)
  • What Separates Humans from the Rest of the Pack? Our Ability to Repurpose Old Brain Circuits (2/19/15)
  • Baby Formula Poses Higher Arsenic Risk to Newborns Than Breast Milk, Dartmouth Study Shows (2/18/15)
  • Bee Disease Reduced By Nature’s “Medicine Cabinet,” Dartmouth-Led Study Finds (2/12/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Shows Brain Area Involved in Eye Movements, Heading (2/9/15)
  • Mark Brzezinski ’87 and Diana Wall Are Montgomery Fellows  (2/6/15)
  • Professor Jeff Sharlet and James Nachtwey ’70 Win Ellies (2/4/15)
  • Iraq Killing: Dartmouth's Daniel Benjamin Available to Comment (2/3/15)
  • New Dartmouth Software Tracks Wildlife with Photos, Not Tranquilizers (2/3/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Highlights Brain Cells’ Role in Navigating Environment (2/2/15)
  • Meltwater Percolation Driving Surface Warming of Greenland Ice Sheet, Dartmouth Study Shows (1/29/15)
  • Dartmouth President Unveils Comprehensive Plan to Address Harmful Behavior and Transform the Student Experience (1/29/15)
  • Yemen Crisis: Dartmouth's Daniel Benjamin Available to Comment (1/23/15)
  • Dartmouth Study Sheds Light on Genetic Mutations in Autism Disorders  (1/15/15)
  • New Study Reports Worsening Health Conditions Increase Risk of Mortgage Default and Disclosure  (1/14/15)
  • Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin on fallout of Paris terror attacks (1/9/15)
  • Algae Blooms Create Their Own Favorable Conditions, New Study Finds  (1/5/15)
  • Electromagnetic Waves Linked to Particle Fallout in Earth’s Atmosphere, New Study Finds (1/5/15)
  • Dartmouth’s New ZEBRA Bracelet Strengthens Computer Security (12/22/14)
  • Shape-Shifting May Help Some Species Cope with Climate Change, Dartmouth-USC Study Shows  (12/22/14)
  • An Ancient Galaxy Tells New Tales to Modern Astronomers  (12/18/14)
  • Creation of First “Rocker” Protein Opens Way for New Smart Molecules in Medicine, Other Fields  (12/16/14)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Create “Green” Process to Reduce Molecular Switching Waste  (12/15/14)
  • Oil-Dwelling Bacteria Are Social Creatures in Earth’s Deep Biosphere  (12/12/14)
  • Dartmouth / University of Exeter Study Finds that Correcting Myths About the Flu Vaccine May Not be Effective in Promoting Immunization  (12/8/14)
  • Six Students Are Named Inaugural Scholars (12/3/14)
  • Logging Destabilizes Forest Soil Carbon Over Time, Dartmouth Study Finds (12/3/14)
  • Dartmouth Team Creates First Image-Recognition Software That Greatly Improves Web Searches  (11/18/14)
  • Dartmouth Awarded NIH Grant to Accelerate Clinical Research (11/18/14)
  • Tiny Fish Provides Giant Insight Into How Creatures Adapt to Changing Environments  (11/17/14)
  • Dartmouth – Texas Tech Study Finds that When it Comes to Wealth, the Great Recession Has Reduced Inequality Among Near-Retirees (11/14/14)
  • China’s Old-Growth Himalayan Forests Disappearing Despite Government Policies, Dartmouth Research Shows (11/12/14)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Test First “Smart Spaces” Using Light to Send Data (11/12/14)
  • Trustees Discuss Strengthening Academic Excellence (10/08/14)
  • Dartmouth Study Finds Restoring Wetlands Can Lessen Soil Sinkage, Greenhouse Gas Emissions (10/30/14)
  • Biometric Smartcards Enhance Developing Countries’ Capacity to Implement Welfare Programs (10/27/14)
  • Dartmouth Researchers Unveil First Real-Time Secondhand Smoke Sensor (10/27/14)
  • Dartmouth, University of Alaska Fairbanks scholars to lead new Fulbright Arctic Initiative (10/22/14)
  • Ebola Virus: Message to the Dartmouth Community (10/15/14)
  • “Houston: We Have A Problem…But No Worries, Our Virtual Therapist Is On It” (10/13/14)
  • Dartmouth Plays Big Role in Atrocities Early Warning System (10/3/14)
  • Study Reveals that Income Tax Changes May Have Small Effects on Long Term Economic Growth (9/26/14)
  • Insects’ Fear Limits Boost from Climate Change, Dartmouth Study Show (9/23/14)
  • Dartmouth's new authentication bracelet strengthens computer security (9/22/14)
  • New Dartmouth smartphone app reveals users' mental health, performance, behavior (9/18/14)
  • Trustees Discuss Academic Vision, Resources, and Planning (09/14/14)
  • The Quick and the Dead among Tropical Reptiles (9/10/14)
  • Dartmouth Study May Shed Light on Molecular Mechanisms of Birth Defects Among Older Women (9/9/14)
  • Dartmouth Study Examines Young Adult Debt Across Early Baby Boomers, Late Baby Boomers, and Generation Y (9/8/14)
  • Clery Act Review Begins at Dartmouth (7/31/14)
  • Summit Participants Aim to Reconvene in Six Months (7/18/14)
  • Dartmouth Summit on Sexual Assault Opens Sunday, July 13 (7/9/14)
  • Media Advisory: Dartmouth Summit on Sexual Assault (6/27/14)
  • New Sexual Assault Disciplinary Policy Goes into Effect (6/19/14)
  • Dartmouth College's Tiltfactor Announces Collaboration with the British Library on Metadata Games (6/19/14)
  • Quest for Education Creating Graying Ghost Towns at Top of the World (6/18/14)
  • Dartmouth researchers discover a source of self-esteem in the brain (6/16/14)
  • 12 minutes of exercise improves attention, reading comprehension in low-income adolescents (6/12/14)
  • Hood Museum of Art Receives Gift for Museum Learning Center (6/11/14)
  • Dartmouth Board Announces New Charter Trustee (6/8/14)
  • Commencement Notes for the Dartmouth Class of 2014 (6/7/14)
  • Dartmouth Honor Five Valedictorians and Five Salutatorians (6/7/14)
  • Program for First-Generation Students Salutes Graduates (6/7/14) (6/7/14)
  • Using the Hand to Open the Hidden Mind (6/3/14)
  • Statement on Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth (5/30/14)
  • Native Algae Species to Blame for "Rock Snot" Blooms in Rivers Worldwide (5/6/14)
  • Tracking Turtles Through Time, Dartmouth-Led Study May Resolve Evolutionary Debate (5/5/14)
  • Individual Brain Activity Predicts Tendency to Succumb to Daily Temptations (5/1/14)
  • Johnson Attends White House Sexual Assault Briefing (4/29/14)
  • Anti-Smoking TV Ads Should Use Anger, Dartmouth-Cornell Study Suggests (4/29/14)
  • TV Producer Shonda Rhimes ’91 to Speak at Commencement (4/21/14)
  • Hanlon's Message of 'Enough Is Enough' Heard Across the Nation (4/18/14)
  • Air Temperature Influenced African Glacial Movements During Last Ice Age (4/16/14)
  • President Hanlon Calls for End to High-Risk, Harmful Behavior (4/16/14)
  • Dartmouth Action Draws Line on Sexual Assault (3/18/14)
  • College Seeks Comments on Sex Assault Disciplinary Policy (3/14/14)
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