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Professor Jane Hill and her team have been awarded two additional grants to investigate breath as a tool to track and measure infectious disease.

Breath as a Window into Health

February 2018

Professor Jane Hill and her team have been awarded two additional grants to investigate breath as a tool to track and measure infectious disease.

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Harnessing the Power of the Internet of Things

December 2017

During "Winterim," a group of Dartmouth students found that they could sense and control physical objects with a few lines of code—a kind of superpower inherent to the Internet of Things (IoT).

ENGS 31 was Dartmouth’s first engineering course to get a makeover through the Gateway Initiative—an effort to personalize and enhance learning in large entry-level courses.

Q&A: Professor Eric Hansen on Re-Engineering ENGS 31

October 2017

ENGS 31 was Dartmouth’s first engineering course to get a makeover through the Gateway Initiative—an effort to enhance learning in large entry-level courses.

Alum’s Company, LuminAID, Steps Up for Hurricane Relief

September 2017

For millions without power in the wake of recent hurricanes, Anna Stork ’08 is helping provide some respite.

The Intro to Engineering (ENGS 21) team developed a keyless access system that could retrofit onto the existing deadbolts in Dartmouth’s dorm rooms.

Keyless Dorm Lock Wins Thayer’s Jackson Award

July 2017

The Intro to Engineering (ENGS 21) team developed a keyless access system that could retrofit onto the existing deadbolts in Dartmouth’s dorm rooms.

For G. Robert Halvorsen Jr. '17 Th’17, the opportunity to continue working on Dartmouth engineering projects was irresistible.

Thayer Welcomes Its 7th Design Fellow

June 2017

For G. Robert Halvorsen Jr. '17 Th’17, the opportunity to continue working on Dartmouth engineering projects was irresistible.

Dartmouth Ties for 1st in MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition

April 2017

Two MEM teams tied with Northwestern in the 5-week business simulation run by the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium.

Wagner will spend approximately two weeks drilling for a snow firn core—a sample of granular snow in a glacier yet to be fully compressed into ice—to bring home to Dartmouth’s Ice Research Laboratory for analysis.

Summertime and the Livin' Is Icy … for PhD Student Eric Wagner

March 2017

First-year PhD student Eric Wagner may be too old for summer camp, but Greenland's Summit Camp is right up his alley.

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