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On February 20th Anna Stork ’08 made bank after pitching LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.

Q&A: Anna Stork ’08 on ABC’s Shark Tank Win

March 2015

On February 20th Anna Stork ’08 made bank after pitching LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.

This Friday, February 20th, at 9pm EST Anna Stork ’08 will appear on ABC’s Shark Tank to pitch LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.

Dartmouth Engineering Grad Makes Pitch on ABC’s Shark Tank Friday

February 2015

This Friday, February 20th, at 9pm EST Anna Stork ’08 will appear on ABC’s Shark Tank to pitch LuminAID, the world’s first inflatable solar light.

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Thayer by Degrees

BE, MEM, MS, and PhD News

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.

A team of BE students took home Thayer School's Jackson Award for designing an ankle brace that decreases an athlete’s chance of injury.

Customized Ankle Brace Wins Thayer's Jackson Award

BE Program, December 2014

A team of BE students took home Thayer School's Jackson Award for designing a customized, adjustable ankle brace that more comfortably protects against injury.

Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard Th'06 discusses her accidental discovery of tiny plastic particles embedded in Arctic sea ice.

Q&A: Professor Obbard on Microplastics in Sea Ice

PhD Program, October 2014

Dartmouth engineering professor Rachel Obbard Th'06 discusses her accidental discovery of tiny plastic particles embedded in Arctic sea ice.

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