Students Awarded Dartmouth Engineering Fellowships
July 11, 2014
Dartmouth engineering students James Kennedy '14 and Albert Kim '14 we awarded fellowships that will support their research in environmental engineering and biomaterials.
Space Weather: How the ionosphere gains influence
July 11, 2014 | Science
Professor Bill Lotko and his team investigates why reconnection of Earth's magnetic field lines appears to produce faster plasma flows before midnight compared with after.
50,000 N.H. Wells At Risk Of High Arsenic, Negative Health Impacts
June 19, 2014 | NHPR
Dartmouth just received a $13 million dollar grant to support its research into the health impacts of arsenic in NH wells.
Symposia Highlight Photonics-based Applications
June 10, 2014 | CLEO
Professor Jifeng Liu showed his most recent efforts in large-scale silicon photonic integration at CLEO's silicon photonics symposium.
State, feds team up with Dartmouth on water survey
June 7, 2014 | Concord Monitor
Dartmouth is helping NH find out how many people test and treat their wells and see if there are obstacles to testing that can be overcome.
Arctic sea ice polluted with microplastics
May 30, 2014 | CBC
Rachel Obbard, a materials scientist at Dartmouth in New Hamphire, discovered that Arctic sea ice was contaminated with microplastics by accident.
How So Much Plastic Got Into the Frozen Arctic Sea
May 30, 2014 | BloombergBusinessweek
Rachel Obbard, a Dartmouth engineering professor who studies polar ice and materials science, was shocked to find that Arctic sea ice contains large quantities of plastic and synthetic particles.
Trillions of Plastic Pieces May Be Trapped in Arctic Ice
May 22, 2014 | Science
Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard has found plastic debris trapped in Arctic sea ice. As the ice melts, it could release a flood of floating plastic onto the world.
Liliana Ma ’14: On Research and Thinking Outside the Box
May 21, 2014 | Dartmouth Now
Liliana Ma ’14 seeks balance in her own life through a double major in biomedical engineering and music.
Nearly All of Greenland’s Surface Melted Overnight in 2012—Here’s Why
May 19, 2014 | Smithsonian Magazine
A Thayer School-led study shows that high temperatures and black carbon from forest fires and fossil fuels combined to push the huge ice sheet over the edge.