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.
Dartmouth Creates History By Graduating More Female Engineers Than Male Ones
July 6, 2016 | GoodCall
Dartmouth is accustomed to making history... Fully understanding the significance of this achievement may require some background information.
Some like it hot
July 6, 2016 | C&I Magazine
Dartmouth engineering professor Lee Lynd is cited as leading a team that investigates the use of thermophiles in the production of biofuels.
Women outnumber men in a graduating class of engineers—for the first time ever
July 1, 2016 | USA Today
This year, Dartmouth made history by being the first national research university to award more undergraduate degrees in engineering to women than men.
Out to Lunch
June 30, 2016 | It's New Orleans
Geoff Parker is the author of Platform Revolution, a bestselling biz book that explains how new-economy companies like Uber and Facebook succeed.
Thayer first in the country to graduate more women than men
June 24, 2016 | The Dartmouth
For the first time since the school was established in 1867, Thayer School of Engineering graduated more female than male engineers.
More than half of Dartmouth’s engineering graduates this year were women
June 23, 2016 | Quartz
This spring, Dartmouth became the first national research university to graduate more women than men from its undergraduate engineering program.
Analog computing and biological simulations get a boost from new MIT compiler
June 21, 2016 | TechCrunch
Dartmouth engineering professor Rahul Sarpeshkar is part of a team that created a compiler that turns human-readable digital code into a configuration for analog computing circuits.
Dartmouth graduated more women than men in engineering this year
June 20, 2016 | TechCrunch
Dartmouth just became the first national research university to graduate more women than men in the engineering department.
First lady of lasers
June 10, 2016 | NH Union Leader
Elsa Garmire will be retiring from Dartmouth's faculty in October. She has worked in the field of laser technology since the 1960s.