Quick Takes on Life at Thayer
One dozen students, half of them studying or planning to study engineering, will once again leave on June 13 in what they call The Big Green Bus, fueled up for the first time by pure biodiesel.
“The idea never really went anywhere until I asked the MEM group to find a way to keep supplies on hand for student use,” said Machine Shop Manager Kevin Baron.
Four Dartmouth engineering undergraduates came up with a handy smartphone application and sweat collection device called DiagnosMe that allows for early disease detection.
PhD Innovation Program candidate Steve Reinitz ‘09 Th'09 has created an Inline Intravenous Fluid Sterilizer designed to prevent certain types of hospital acquired infections.
A team from Thayer School of Engineering and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is among the first to harness fluorescence to prevent tissue damage during brain surgery.
Andrea Marron MEM'12 is making over the digital strategy of a well-known fashion label and in doing so, the image of the average M.E.M. graduate.
BioLite's CampStove, invented by Dartmouth engineer and avid camper Jonathan Cedar '03 and Alexander Drummond, converts heat from a camp fire into electricity. BioLite's humanitarian response to Sandy had those without power flocking from all over Manhattan to sip a cup of coffee while they charged their phone.
Nowadays there isn't a job a mobile device can't handle, or so it seems. A new field called mobile health, or mHealth, introduces maybe the most useful to date.