Professor Geoffrey Parker is co-author of "Platform Revolution" — out on the shelves today.
These are the invisible cameras of the future
March 27, 2016 | techradar
Professor Eric Fossum's work is cited in this article about the future of hidden cameras.
Pipelines, Platforms, and the New Rules of Strategy
March 23, 2016 | Harvard Business Review
Professor Geoffrey Parker and his co-authors explain a phenomenon called “network effects” which is central to platform strategy and is transforming competition.
Thayer, Geisel Deans Plan for the Future
March 11, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
The professional school leaders, including Dean and Professor of Engineering Joe Helble, discussed the road ahead at a town hall meeting.
Mutant Yeast Are Cranking Out Pharma’s Next Superdrug
March 10, 2016 | WIRED
Professor Gerngross's Adimab is using yeast to cure practically any disease for which a treatment is so ambitious doctors only dare to dream about it.
Adimab issues a challenge: Use new tech to build a rapid-response R&D platform for infectious diseases
February 18, 2016 | FierceBiotech
Adimab CEO Tillman Gerngross wants to challenge the way governments handle the R&D response to a viral outbreak.
Video: Meet the House Professors
February 18, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
Seven faculty members who will serve as house professors, including engineering professor Jane Hill, talk about why they’re looking forward to their new roles and about their visions for the communities.
In April, the Center for Imaging Medicine will serve as Platinum Sponsor of the Optical Society Biomedical Optics Congress during the Society’s historic 100-year celebration.
Elsa Garmire on Her Groundbreaking Career in Engineering
February 17, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
The Thayer professor discusses connections between physics and God, lasers and graffiti, and more.
Center Receives $6.2m to Develop Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies
February 4, 2016 | Center for the Translation of Rehabilitation Engineering Advances and Technology
The Center for the Translation of Rehabilitation Engineering Advances and Technology (TREAT) was recently awarded five years of additional funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).