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New Hampshire colleges to develop biomaterials
September 28, 2018 | The Dartmouth

Dartmouth engineering faculty have joined a statewide research effort recently awarded a $20 million five-year grant by the National Science Foundation.

With an eye on rising rents, cities start to regulate Airbnb
September 26, 2018 | The Christian Science Monitor

Dartmouth engineering professor Geoffrey Parker is quoted in this article about the gig economy balance of small-business freedom and government oversight.

$20 million to boost NH tissue engineering & similar biomaterials development
September 18, 2018 | Granite geek

Blog post about the team of scientists and engineers at UNH and Dartmouth that will work to develop novel biomaterials.

Eric van Hove brings the Mahjouba Initiative to Dartmouth
September 18, 2018 | The Dartmouth

Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering's Mahjouba Project works with artist Eric Van Hove in Morocco to design a fully electric moped built out of handmade Moroccan Craft.

The top 25 colleges that produce the most startup founders
September 4, 2018 | Yahoo Finance

Dartmouth is named among the universities with the most graduates who went on to receive venture capitalist funding after leaving school.

How Foreign-Born Students Fill America’s Demand for Skilled Workers
September 1, 2018 | Valley News

Dartmouth engineer Brad Ficko is cited as a perfect example of how foreign-born students are helping to meet the demand by American employers for highly skilled workers.

Profile: Smyers to enter Hall of Fame
August 8, 2018 | The Times Argus

Donna Smyers '79 Th'88 is one of four people to be inducted as part of the ninth class of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame, honoring her three decades of success and contributions to the sport.

Hanover-based DoseOptics launches radiation beam imaging system
August 2, 2018 | NH Business Review

A new imaging system from Thayer School spin-off DoseOptics enables direct imaging of radiation delivery on a routine basis. 

Going to Mars will involve all sorts of risks. Going bonkers might be the biggest.
July 30, 2018 | MACH

NBC reports that Dartmouth adjunct professor of engineering Jay Buckey, a former astronaut, has been doing research to help alleviate astronauts’ feelings of isolation, depression, and anxiety.

In pursuit of Alzheimer’s, cancer, growing Alector lands $133 million
July 25, 2018 | San Francisco Business Times

Dartmouth engineering professor Tillman Gerngross' brainchild, Alector, raised one of the largest, if not the biggest, venture rounds in biotech this year.

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