Tesla Tech Fair celebrates innovation
April 5, 2013 | The Dartmouth
A cacophony of hissing Tesla coils and whirring remote control helicopters filled Thayer School of Engineering’s Glycofi Atrium on Thursday afternoon.
Four Dartmouth engineering undergraduates came up with a handy smartphone application and sweat collection device called DiagnosMe that allows for early disease detection.
Penguins Adopt New Mode of Transport
April 1, 2013
A waddle of Emperor penguins surprised researchers in Antarctica today when they commandeered Yeti, an autonomous robot designed to detect crevasses.
In Mexico, A Dartmouth Grad Fights Poverty Through Capitalism
March 30, 2013 | Forbes
Dartmouth engineer Fernando Orta '08 returned to his hometown of Mexico City and founded a financial services company called Podemos Progresar (“We can move forward") with a mission to create products and services that change people’s lives.
Can the Ice Wall in Game of Thrones Survive Science?
March 27, 2013 | Wired
Dartmouth engineering professor Mary Albert, Executive Director of the U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office, explains why the large ice wall in HBO's "Game of Thrones" would not exist in real life.
Dartmouth's 7th annual Formula Hybrid Competition will take place April 29 – May 2 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. This year, twenty teams are registered for the nation's only Formula competition focusing on hybrid-car technology.
Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Director and trailblazer Robert Graves will in September retire from a much different Thayer School than the one he walked into ten years ago.
At the annual Motorcycle Speed Trials on Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, Bob Mighell ’85 Th’86 gunned it as fast as his tilting wheels would take him down the mile stretch at an average record-breaking speed of 132.339 miles per hour.
The Advanced Surgery Center on the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center campus will be the first in the country dedicated solely to translational research.
The final two of eight radars built by Dartmouth engineering professor Simon Shepherd and his former fellow postdocs at JHU APL will complete the mid-latitudes expansion of the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN).