Dartmouth’s Furey Following the Manual in Javelin
August 3, 2016 | Valley News
Sean Furey '04, Th'05, '06 nailed the Olympic A standard to qualify for Rio last year days after the qualification window opened.
Robots are invading NFL training camps
July 18, 2016 | ESPN
They are the love children of robots and tackling dummies, and they are not technological fads.
Innovator of the Week: Lidia Valdés, Co-Founder of Lodestone Biomedical
May 26, 2016 | Live Free and Start
Lidia Valdés D'14 Th'15 is co-founder and CEO of Lodestone Biomedical—a spinoff from Professor Solomon Diamond's lab.
Steelers using robotic tackling dummies during workouts
May 20, 2016 | ESPN
The Pittsburgh Steelers are running offseason workouts with robotic tackling dummies, thanks to new technology from Dartmouth.
Dartmouth College plans engineering school expansion
May 16, 2016 | Boston Globe
Dartmouth has received a $25 million gift that it hopes will launch a significant expansion of its Thayer School of Engineering.
$25 Million Gift Propels Expansion of Dartmouth Engineering
May 16, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
The gift honors Barry MacLean '60, Thayer '61, and is Thayer School's largest gift.
The Inspiration Behind a Land Speed Record
May 3, 2016 | The Wall Street Journal
How Charlie Nearburg '72 Th'73, '74, guided by the memory of his son, set a land speed record and why he keeps competing.
Researcher Follows a Thin Line to Improve Solar Power
April 28, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
Dartmouth engineering professor Jifeng Liu tests technology to create less costly, more efficient solar cells.
Dartmouth’s Women in Science Project Celebrates 25th Anniversary
April 25, 2016 | Dartmouth Alumni News
The same year the Hubble Space Telescope was launched and the first web page created, WISP was founded by Carol Muller ’77, former associate dean at Thayer School.
By reducing concussions, Ivy Leaguers’ dummy could help save football
April 22, 2016 | The Washington Post
"If football winds up saved ... It will owe much to one engineering school that disdains boundaries and preaches failure, and to two engineer-athletes who chose to spend their summer poor in sleep and rich in metal shavings."