Thayer Engineers Work on NASA Snow Satellite Design
March 23, 2017 | Dartmouth News
Three Thayer engineers are traipsing across a mountaintop in western Colorado, digging deep in the Rocky Mountain snow as part of a new NASA project known as SnowEx.
Research showing the effectiveness of a new targeted fluorescent agent for guiding brain tumor surgery—a dye recently FDA-approved for a first in-human study—was published in Clinical Cancer Research.
November 10, 2016 | NHBR
Dartmouth engineering professor Kofi Odame was looking for a problem he could solve with his expertise involving low-power electronics.
Student’s TED Talk: Renewable Energy From Chicken Fat and Feathers
November 10, 2016 | Dartmouth News
“Speaking at TED was a truly rewarding experience and an honor,” says Anela Arifi ’20.
Professor Zi Chen and his team clarify, for the first time, the mechanical origin of brain torsion and its role in left-right asymmetry in early development.
The pop-up effect: Why buoyant spheres don’t always leap out of the water
November 2, 2016 | Phys.org
A study co-authored by Dartmouth engineering professor Brenden Epps may clarify topics related to water exit dynamics and ocean engineering.
Center for Surgical Innovation receives FDA approval for new research
October 27, 2016 | The Dartmouth
Led by engineering professor Keith Paulsen and neurosurgery professor David Roberts, this study is the first of its kind to involve human subjects and could potentially transform neurosurgery.
Dartmouth Wins FDA Approval for Aid to Guide Cancer Surgery
October 11, 2016 | Dartmouth News
Led by engineering professor Keith Paulsen, the go-ahead is a milestone for Dartmouth and for the future of molecularly guided cancer surgery.
Dartmouth SYNERGY Announces Funding for 2017 Pilot Grants
October 7, 2016 | Dartmouth SYNERGY
The SYNERGY Pilot Program seeks to fund proposals with clear potential for translation into patient-oriented care and improved population health.
Professor John Zhang Receives NIH Transformative Research Award
October 4, 2016 | National Institutes of Health
Professor Zhang received one of 88 grants to "highly creative and exceptional scientists with bold approaches to major challenges in biomedical research."