Dartmouth Wins FDA Approval for Aid to Guide Cancer Surgery
October 11, 2016 | Dartmouth News
Led by engineering professor Keith Paulsen, the go-ahead is a milestone for Dartmouth and for the future of molecularly guided cancer surgery.
Dartmouth SYNERGY Announces Funding for 2017 Pilot Grants
October 7, 2016 | Dartmouth SYNERGY
The SYNERGY Pilot Program seeks to fund proposals with clear potential for translation into patient-oriented care and improved population health.
Professor John Zhang Receives NIH Transformative Research Award
October 4, 2016 | National Institutes of Health
Professor Zhang received one of 88 grants to "highly creative and exceptional scientists with bold approaches to major challenges in biomedical research."
Researchers from Dartmouth, MIT, and the United Arab Emirates’ Masdar Institute of Science and Technology have developed critical new formulas for the smooth integration of renewable energy into the electric grid.
Announcing the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society
September 16, 2016 | Dartmouth News
The new center will prepare future generations of energy leaders to advance humanity’s understanding of the field.
NIH Funds Dartmouth Study of Cellular Disease Processes
August 8, 2016 | Dartmouth Now
The five-year, $12.45 million grant supports an interdisciplinary project for junior faculty including engineering professor Karl Griswold who will co-direct the "molecular tools core."
Can Virtual Reality Help Astronauts Keep Their Cool?
August 4, 2016 | Discover Magazine
Professor Jay Buckey and his colleagues are using calming imagery to see if virtual scenes reduce stress levels.
One proposal was from Dartmouth engineering professor Ulrike Wegst for "Structure-Property-Processing Correlations in Freeze-Cast Biomimetic Materials."
Analog computing and biological simulations get a boost from new MIT compiler
June 21, 2016 | TechCrunch
Dartmouth engineering professor Rahul Sarpeshkar is part of a team that created a compiler that turns human-readable digital code into a configuration for analog computing circuits.
Researchers from Dartmouth and NIST have published a new study on their method of quickly scanning large fields of view for microscopic-level details.