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Research at Thayer School is advancing innovation in three focus areas:
Engineering at Dartmouth is non-departmental and most projects crosscut traditional engineering disciplines to address critical human needs. Projects are searchable by focus area and by discipline.
From ice core collection to infectious disease detection, even first-years work in Thayer research labs. (Shown: Karen Jacques ’17) More
The first robotic tackling dummy—called a Mobile Virtual Player (MVP)—is a wheeled, self-righting, remote-controlled device developed at Thayer School. More
Professor Tillman Gerngross and his investors have launched several startups including Avitide, which announced its latest round of funding. More
George Boateng ’16, center, pictured with iSWEST team members, is bringing Thayer’s signature Introduction to Engineering course to students in Ghana. More
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) awarded the 2014 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education to four Dartmouth engineering faculty members. More
Dartmouth NowStephen Colbert Tackles the Dartmouth Football Dummy
Make:Facilitating Gender Parity: One Engineering School’s Journey
NH Union LeaderAOL founder gives FreshAir a fresh start with $100k investment
Tuesday, October 13
Electrical Engineering Seminar: Quanta Image Sensor Pump-Gate Jots
Thursday, October 15
Designing Our Future: Engineering and the Liberal Arts
Friday, October 16
Engineering in Medicine Lecture: Tongue deformation modeling for enhanced intra-operative guidance
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