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Magnetic Materials Help Explain How Arctic Ice Melts
July 5, 2019 | WIRED

Dartmouth engineering professor Donald Perovich is quoted about research by Kenneth Golden '80 on the relationship between melting sea ice and magnets, which could help produce better models of global climate.

Dartmouth professor’s technology drives the world’s smartphones and web cameras
June 22, 2019 | NH Union Leader

Quotes Dartmouth engineering professor Eric Fossum about the keynote address he delivered at the New Hampshire Tech Alliance's Entrepreneur of the Year event.

Adrift in the Arctic
June 10, 2019 | The Washington Post

Dartmouth engineering professors Don Perovich and Chris Polashenski '07 Th'07 Th'11 are part of the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC)—the largest expedition to the region in history.

Transformable drug-delivery robot could take a fantastic voyage through the bloodstream
May 30, 2019 | create

An international team of engineering researchers has created a heart-cell-propelled soft robot that transforms when exposed to infrared light.

Dartmouth College Receives Gift to Support Students in STEM Fields
May 29, 2019 | The College Post

Dartmouth has received a $150,000 donation from Ben Wilson '73 and his wife Merinda to extend support to underrepresented students in STEM fields.

Light-controlled robot could facilitate precise drug delivery
May 21, 2019 | Zenopa

Researchers at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth and City University of Hong Kong have developed a light-controlled, shape-changing robot by combining a light-sensitive gel, cardiac tissue engineering and a 3D-printed wing structure.

Shape-Shifting Robots Show Promise as Drug-Delivery System
May 21, 2019 | R&D Magazine

Researchers from Dartmouth and City U of Hong Kong have developed a new shape-shifting micro robot that may someday be able able to swim through the blood stream to deliver drugs.

Low battery: finding alternative ways to power medical devices
May 20, 2019 | Medicaldevice-network.com

Researchers have created devices which "will be self-charged by the energy harvested directly from the human body,” as explained by study lead and Dartmouth professor of engineering John Zhang.

Tiny ‘flying whale’ robot could swim through the body to deliver drugs
May 17, 2019 | The Telegraph

Engineers are developing a tiny "flying whale" robot capable of swimming through the body to deliver drugs directly to cancer cells.

Researchers create ‘flying whale’ robot to move around within body
May 17, 2019 | Business Recorder

Engineers at Dartmouth and City University of Hong Kong have created a tiny 3D-printed robot that incorporates a flapping whale-flukes-like tail and wings that can fold up or down as required.

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