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First released in 2011, this year the Redshift — a second-generation 40-horsepower electric off-road motorcycle — is racing toward mass production.

Alum’s Electric Motorcycle Shifts Into Full-Scale Production

March 2016

First released in 2011, this year the Redshift — a second-generation 40-horsepower electric off-road motorcycle — is racing toward mass production.

A recent attempt by SpaceX to both launch and safely land a rocket was overseen by Dartmouth engineer Julianna Scheiman Th'11.

Dartmouth Engineer Oversees First NASA Satellite Launch for SpaceX

February 2016

A recent attempt by SpaceX to both launch and safely land a rocket was overseen by Dartmouth engineer Julianna Scheiman Th'11.

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The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

Teams from Top MEM Schools Gain Real-World Lessons in "Business War Games"

MEM Program, April 2016

The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

A Dartmouth team has developed a GPS-type approach for supine image-guided breast conserving surgery to more accurately identify and remove cancer tissue.

Making Breast-Conserving Surgery Safer and Better

PhD Program, March 2016

A Dartmouth team has developed a GPS-type approach for supine image-guided breast conserving surgery to more accurately identify and remove cancer tissue.

PhD student David “Bo” McClatchy ’13 and the rest of the “Light Scattering Team” has a device that could significantly speed up the process of determining if the margins of tissue are free of residual cancer during surgery.

Light Scattering Device Could Quickly Detect Cancer and Guide Surgery

, September 2015

PhD student David “Bo” McClatchy ’13 is helping develop a device that could speed up the process of detecting residual cancer during surgery.

Q&A: Ross Nearburg MEM’12 on the Switch from Big Oil to Beer

MEM Program, July 2015

"When Ross called me a year or so after finishing the MEM and told me he'd quit his job to follow his brewing passion, I wasn't surprised."

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