Dual-Degree student Catherine Carey '17 was awarded The Mazilu Fellowship to work with Professor Amro Farid on improving and optimizing energy and water systems.
Engineering PhD student receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program award
April 5, 2017 | Dartmouth School of Graduate and Advanced Studies
Ethan LaRochelle, a PhD candidate working with Brian Pogue and Scott Davis on medical imaging technologies, is one of three Dartmouth graduate recipients of 2017 NSF GRFP awards.
Dartmouth engineering professor Laura Ray and PhD candidate Joshua Cook want the tractor caravans that bring fuel and supplies across Antarctica to be able to get there and back in half the time.
SYNERGY Announces 2017 Translational Pilot Grant Awards
April 3, 2017 | Dartmouth SYNERGY
Four Thayer School faculty were among the awardees selected for their innovative interdisciplinary research proposals.
Airline Mergers Benefit Most but Not All … To a Point
March 27, 2017
Are airline mergers good for passengers? A new study by Dartmouth engineering professor Vikrant Vaze says: mostly yes, sometimes no.
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.
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.
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.