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Russian Tanker Crosses Arctic in Early Season Voyage as Ice Grows Thinner
June 8, 2020 | Marketplace

To be sure, it is becoming easier to cross the Arctic, given how quickly the ice is melting, said Donald Perovich, engineering professor at Dartmouth College’s Thayer School of Engineering.

The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Halted Most US Arctic Field Research for 2020
May 25, 2020 | Arctic Today

“I actually never thought I would see a pandemic during my life, yet here it is,” said Mary Albert, professor of engineering. “It is very disappointing not to go to Greenland now, but it hasn’t killed our project. It will just be a delay.”

Dartmouth researchers studying COVID-19 antibodies
May 15, 2020 | NBC5

"(We are) trying to understand what helped them get healthy and can we adapt or learn anything from that," said postdoc researcher in the Ackerman Lab, Joshua Weiner, in a piece about COVID-19 antibodies.

Out & About: Dartmouth student set to return to Arctic for project
May 14, 2020 | Valley News

“I’m really, really excited to go back … to see how things have changed when I have been gone and to do new science,” said Ian Raphael '18 in an article about his return to the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC).

Professors try new techniques to engage students online
May 4, 2020 | The Dartmouth

Engineering professors Eugene Korsunskiy and Petra Bonfert-Taylor are cited as examples of using adaptive teaching to promote online student engagement.

Coronavirus Shutdown Forces Research Ship to Break Out of Arctic Ice
April 24, 2020 | Nature

“Ideally, we would not leave the ice — but given all the circumstances, I think it’s amazing we were able to come up with a solution to continue the experiment,” says Donald Perovich, a geophysicist at Dartmouth College in Hanover.

On Reframing Spring
April 22, 2020 | The Dartmouth

Dartmouth student Cristian Cano '20 reflects on taking ENGS 12, “Design Thinking" virtually this term.

Spreading Tattoo Ink Reveals Radiation-Induced Necrosis
April 14, 2020 | Physics World

"In the last few years, our lab has done a great deal of radiotherapy research focused on imaging the radiation beam delivered to the patient in real time using time-gated Cherenkov imaging,” said Thayer PhD candidate Jennifer Soter.

Making the “Breath Biopsy” a Reality
April 9, 2020 | The Analytical Scientist

"We hope to explore the opportunity to combine a number of technologies to drive COVID-19 identification," said Associate Professor Jane Hill.

Ex-Astronaut Launches Training Kit for Coping with Self-Isolation
April 5, 2020 | The Guardian

“It’s challenging to be isolated with a small group of people and to not be able to get away,” said Adjunct Professor of Engineering Jay C. Buckey Jr.

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