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Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

Mazilu Fellow Explores the Brain’s Response to Real vs. Virtual Environments

PhD Program, October 2013

What a ferret sees could be a window into understanding how the human brain enables vision, or so Adwiteeya Misra ’14 learned as a Mazilu Engineering Research Fellow.

Dartmouth Engineering MS Student Works to Build a Better Hip

MS Program, October 2013

Robert Cunkelman’s osteoarthritis diagnosis at age 35 inspired his son Ben Cunkelman Th'13, '14 to enter Thayer School’s Master of Science (MS) program and begin research on artificial hip replacements.

Tuck Summer Camp Includes a Shot of Engineering

MEM Program, October 2013

Benefits of the ongoing partnership between Thayer School and Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth came to light during an eye-opening presentation on Thayer’s Formula Hybrid Competition.

Dartmouth BEs Win $20,000 for C. diff Treatment System

BE Program, October 2013

A team of Dartmouth Bachelor of Engineering (BE) graduates collected $20,000 from two national competitions for their novel system to treat an increasingly common severe bacterial infection, known as Clostridium difficile (C. diff).

Q&A with Cell Phone Camera Inventor Eric Fossum

PhD Program, June 2013

We sat down to talk with Professor of Engineering Eric Fossum, Faculty Coordinator of Dartmouth’s Ph.D. Innovation Program and inventor of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) active pixel image sensor.

Dartmouth Engineering Students Invent Gel for Cancer Treatment

MS Program, June 2013

Ben Cunkelman Th'13, '14 and Robert Collier Th'13 filed for a patent for their biodegradable gel designed to enhance a cancer treatment called magnetic hyperthermia.

Dartmouth Engineering Management Student on First-Ever MEMPC Winning Team

MEM Program, June 2013

Matthew Rice MEM’14 was among six to win the first-ever Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC) cross-school online business simulation challenge earlier this year.

Stace-Naughton ’11, Th’13 Pays It Forward as CEDC Fellow

BE Program, June 2013

One year after filing a patent for her vacuum-assisted tissue stabilization device, Alison Stace-Naughton ’11, Th’13 was named Thayer's 2nd Cook Engineering Design Center (CEDC) Fellow.

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