A Netflix-like subscription for art
June 27, 2012 | CNNMoney
Jason Gracilieri, MEM '00 and his start-up company, TurningArt—"The cure for empty walls"— is featured by CNNMoney.
Devices help alert teams to potential concussions on the field
June 27, 2012 | The Baltimore Sun
The X2 Impact, an electronics-packed mouth guard, joins the Head Impact Telemetry System and Sideline Response System, owned and co-developed by Riddell and adjunct professor of engineering Richard Greenwald's company, Simbex.
Cooking Up a Cleaner, Safer Open-Fire Stove
May 20, 2012 | The New York Times
Engineering sciences major Jonathan Cedar '03 helped design a prototype cooking stove that passed its first trial with flying colors in Ghana. The next round of tests in India, however, presented a new set of challenges.
Bright Idea Helps those Facing Disaster
May 19, 2012 | CNN
LuminAID — a portable, inflatable solar lamp designed by Anna Stork ’08 (engineering major modified with studio art) — was featured on the CNN segment, "Start Small, Think Big."
Dartmouth Researchers Investigate the Cognitive Effects of Athlete Head Impacts
May 16, 2012 | Dartmouth Now
Richard Greenwald, adjunct assistant professor of engineering and co-author on the paper, is founder and president of the Lebanon-based company Simbex, and pioneered the innovative Head Impact Telemetry System.
Sproxil, co-founded by Ph.D. Innovation Program alum Ashifi Gogo, is using IBM technology to help the pharmaceutical industry reduce drug counterfeiting and allow consumers to verify the authenticity of prescriptions in seconds with their mobile phones.
April 24, 2012 | BusinessNH Magazine
The NH College and University Council estimates that in 2009, the latest statewide impact report available, higher education institutions contributed $4.886 billion, or 8.14 percent, of the state’s gross domestic product...Thayer School of Engineering lists a dozen faculty and emeritus faculty who have started successful companies.
Undergraduate wins $25,000 prize at Tuck competition
April 16, 2012 | The Dartmouth
At the Greener Ventures Entrepreneurship Contest at the Tuck School of Business, first-place finisher Alison Stace-Naughton ’11, who developed what was initially a prototype for an introductory engineering course into a practical tool to prevent tissue damage in endoscopic surgery, received a prize of $25,000.
Marc Fenigstein on How BRD Motorcycles Is Changing the Face of Motocross
April 10, 2012 | core77
Marc Fenigstein '01 Th'04, CEO and Co-Founder of BRD Motorcycles is working with the rest of the BRD team to change the face of the motocross industry through their pioneering electric bikes.
Student ventures take $20,000 in prizes
April 6, 2012 | The Dartmouth
Spiral-E Solutions, founded by Alison Stace-Naughton ’11, won the $3,000 second-place prize for its prototype of a medical device that helps keep the stomach in place during endoscopic surgery. She developed the first prototype in an undergraduate engineering class at Dartmouth.