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Thayer School News http://engineering.dartmouth.edu Latest news from Thayer School of Engineering en Thayer.School.Communications@Dartmouth.edu Copyright 2017 2017-05-23T19:23:00+00:00 Composer Molly Herron Inspired by Materials Science and Engineering Research http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/composer-molly-herron-inspired-by-materials-science-engineering-research http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/composer-molly-herron-inspired-by-materials-science-engineering-research#When:14:35:00Z "Assembly was inspired by the people and programs at Thayer School of Engineering, where I spent time during 2016 and 2017 becoming acquainted with the community and their work." 

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2017-05-19T14:35:00-04:00
Engineering Students Build Hybrid and Electric Cars at Formula Hybrid http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/engineering-students-build-hybrid-and-electric-cars-at-formula-hybrid http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/engineering-students-build-hybrid-and-electric-cars-at-formula-hybrid#When:11:10:00Z "Where do the world’s largest auto makers go to recruit the best employees? Many attend [Dartmouth's] Formula Hybrid Competition that takes place each spring at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway."

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2017-05-18T11:10:00-04:00
Thayer-made musical instruments make their debut http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/thayer-made-musical-instruments-make-their-debut http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/thayer-made-musical-instruments-make-their-debut#When:15:10:00Z May 4 was the culmination of the third STEM Arts project by the Hopkins Center for the Arts, this one in partnership with Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering.

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2017-05-15T15:10:00-04:00
Appalled by the Illegal Trade in Elephant Ivory, a Biologist Decided to Make His Own http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/appalled-by-the-illegal-trade-in-elephant-ivory-a-biologist-made-his-own http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/appalled-by-the-illegal-trade-in-elephant-ivory-a-biologist-made-his-own#When:12:40:00Z Professor Ulrike Wegst is cited and quoted about the challenge of mimicking the features of a natural material, particularly an ivory-substitute for mass consumption.

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2017-05-10T12:40:00-04:00
Milwaukee School of Engineering Named Hybrid Champs at Dartmouth Competition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/msoe-named-hybrid-champs-at-dartmouth-competition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/msoe-named-hybrid-champs-at-dartmouth-competition#When:13:59:00Z For the first time in its 11-year history, a student-built hybrid car completed the entire 44-lap endurance run at the international Formula Hybrid Competition.

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2017-05-09T13:59:00-04:00
New Hampshire — The Next Medical Manufacturing Hub? http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/new-hampshire-the-next-medical-manufacturing-hub http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/new-hampshire-the-next-medical-manufacturing-hub#When:15:23:00Z Professor Tillman Gerngross and Dean Joe Helble are referenced and Professor Laura Ray is quoted in an article that highlights Dartmouth's unique approach to the intellectual property (IP) generated by its students and faculty.

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2017-05-05T15:23:00-04:00
Instruments Designed By Dartmouth Engineering Students Debut New Composition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/instruments-designed-by-dartmouth-engineering-students-debut-composition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/instruments-designed-by-dartmouth-engineering-students-debut-composition#When:15:51:00Z Joshua Elliott, Thayer '17, is featured in a segment about composer Molly Herron debuting a piece of music played on student-designed instruments.

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2017-05-03T15:51:00-04:00
Formula Hybrid races highlight technical car designs and future job prospects http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/formula-hybrid-races-highlight-technical-car-designs-and-future-job-prospects http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/formula-hybrid-races-highlight-technical-car-designs-and-future-job-prospects#When:19:51:00Z Dartmouth's Formula Hybrid Competition is described as a good opportunity for both job recruiters and 'recruitees.'

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2017-05-01T19:51:00-04:00
Engineering students rev up for competition at Dartmouth http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/engineering-students-rev-up-for-competition-at-dartmouth http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/engineering-students-rev-up-for-competition-at-dartmouth#When:14:45:00Z Pre-event coverge of Thayer School's annual Formula Hybrid Competition taking place this week at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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2017-04-30T14:45:00-04:00
Graduate Poster Session Celebrates Students’ Research http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/graduate-poster-session-celebrates-students-research http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/graduate-poster-session-celebrates-students-research#When:15:28:00Z Fifty-seven graduate students shared their work at Dartmouth’s annual Graduate Poster Session. Engineering PhD candidate Xiaotian (Dennis) Wu was one of five students to receive an award.

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2017-04-27T15:28:00-04:00
US Tech Employment Reaches 7.3 Million http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/us-tech-employment-reaches-7-point-3-million http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/us-tech-employment-reaches-7-point-3-million#When:14:16:00Z Thayer's director of career services, Jen St. Laurence, is quoted about the growth in tech-sector jobs and in numbers of students interested in those jobs.

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2017-04-27T14:16:00-04:00
Top Engineering Students Compete to Build the Best Hybrid and Electric Cars at Dartmouth Competition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/top-engineering-students-compete-to-build-the-best-hybrid-and-electric-cars http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/top-engineering-students-compete-to-build-the-best-hybrid-and-electric-cars#When:13:52:00Z Dartmouth's 11th annual Formula Hybrid Competition will take place May 1 – 4 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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2017-04-24T13:52:00-04:00
The Platform-Revolution http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/the-platform-revolution-faz http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/the-platform-revolution-faz#When:15:18:00Z Professor Geoffrey Parker warns traditional corporations that the quicker they understand who the new players are that they are dealing with in the digital world, the better.

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2017-04-23T15:18:00-04:00
Ocean ‘conveyor belt’ brings billions of plastic particles into Arctic waters http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/ocean-conveyor-belt-brings-billions-of-plastic-particles-into-arctic-waters http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/ocean-conveyor-belt-brings-billions-of-plastic-particles-into-arctic-waters#When:14:14:00Z Dartmouth engineering Professor Rachel Obbard is quoted in an article describing how "the seafloor has become 'the great reservoir of plastic debris.'"

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2017-04-21T14:14:00-04:00
Study: Climate Change Is Affecting NH Seasons http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/study-climate-change-is-affecting-nh-seasons http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/study-climate-change-is-affecting-nh-seasons#When:17:11:00Z Engineering PhD student Alden Adolph ’11 and Professor Mary Albert find that winters are ending sooner, with a longer wait for spring’s greening.

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2017-04-18T17:11:00-04:00
Frances Arnold Receives 2017 Robert Fletcher Award http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/frances-arnold-receives-2017-robert-fletcher-award http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/frances-arnold-receives-2017-robert-fletcher-award#When:12:20:00Z The 2017 Robert Fletcher Award recipient is Frances Arnold, the Dickinson Professor of Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, and Bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology.

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2017-04-17T12:20:00-04:00
Airline Tech Keeps Melting Down But Nobody Knows Why http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/airline-tech-keeps-melting-down-but-nobody-knows-why http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/airline-tech-keeps-melting-down-but-nobody-knows-why#When:15:07:00Z Professor Vikrant Vaze is quoted in a story about a technical system failure in Delta’s hub of Atlanta resulting in 4,000 canceled flights.

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2017-04-16T15:07:00-04:00
Student Awarded 2017–18 Mazilu Engineering Research Fellowship http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/student-awarded-2017-18-mazilu-engineering-research-fellowship http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/student-awarded-2017-18-mazilu-engineering-research-fellowship#When:14:35:00Z Dual-Degree student Catherine Carey '17 was awarded The Mazilu Fellowship to work with Professor Amro Farid on improving and optimizing energy and water systems.

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2017-04-11T14:35:00-04:00
Student Scientists Win Goldwater Scholarships http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/student-scientists-win-goldwater-scholarships-2017 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/student-scientists-win-goldwater-scholarships-2017#When:10:38:00Z Engineering sciences major Kevin Kang ’18 is one of three Dartmouth students to be named a 2017 Goldwater Scholar.

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2017-04-10T10:38:00-04:00
Investing in a ‘Winner Take All’ Economy http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/investing-in-a-winner-take-all-economy http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/investing-in-a-winner-take-all-economy#When:09:21:00Z Dartmouth engineering professor Geoffrey Parker is quoted about how networking effects are creating an economy dominated by a relatively few big players.

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2017-04-09T09:21:00-04:00