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Dartmouth engineering professor Karl Griswold and his research team have found a way to combat the spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

Protein Engineering Helps Fight MRSA Infections

June 2015

Professor Karl Griswold and his research team have found a way to combat the spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

Created for Thayer's two-term engineering design sequence (ENGS 89/90), the project offers a low-cost alternative to the expensive conventional arsenic filtration systems that often break.

Students Invent Filter to Give Nepal Arsenic-Free Drinking Water

May 2015

Created for Thayer's two-term engineering design sequence (ENGS 89/90), the project offers a low-cost alternative to conventional arsenic filtration systems that often break.

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Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

Q&A: Ross Nearburg MEM’12 on the Switch from Big Oil to Beer

MEM Program, July 2015

"When Ross called me a year or so after finishing the MEM and told me he'd quit his job to follow his brewing passion, I wasn't surprised."

Professor Rachel Obbard ’06 and her team of PhD, MS and BE students made history using the contraption that they designed over the last three years at Thayer.

Dartmouth Team First to Transport Arctic Sea Ice at Original Temperature

, April 2015

Professor Rachel Obbard ’06 and her team of PhD, MS and BE students made history using the contraption that they designed over the last three years at Thayer.

As the nation’s first surgical facility dedicated to translational research, this joint venture between engineers and clinicians will use real-time image-guided surgery to solve complex medical problems.

Dartmouth’s Center for Surgical Innovation Open for Business

PhD Program, December 2014

As the nation’s first surgical facility dedicated to translational research, this joint venture between engineers and clinicians uses real-time image-guided surgery to solve complex medical problems.

Michael Gadigian Th'14 joined Bronx-based start-up Gun Hill Brewing Company to make bottling, canning, and kegging more efficient.

Q&A: MEM Alum on Bringing Engineering to a Startup Brewery

MEM Program, December 2014

Michael Gadigian Th'14 joined Bronx-based start-up Gun Hill Brewing Company to make bottling, canning, and kegging more efficient.

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