Drug-coated stents safe, Dartmouth researchers say

Drug-eluting stents show no increased risk of mortality, while decreasing the need for repeat procedures to unblock coronary arteries


Sterile mosquitoes to be introduced in Malaysia

A team of researchers at Oxitec, based in Oxford, UK, has genetically modified male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes to produce offspring that die in the late larval stage of development.


Bacterial learning curve

A new study shows that microbes like the bacteria Escherichia coli can “learn” to anticipate changes in their environment, Nature News reports.


New findings on old methods in HIV prevention

HIV prevention efforts should focus on providing services for male circumcision and reducing multiple sexual partnerships, public health researchers concluded in a report published in the journal Science. The report reassesses the efficacy of several HIV prevention methods including condom use, HIV testing, vaccines, and abstinence promotion.


DUJS 10th Anniversary on May 22

DUJS 10th Anniversary on May 22

The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science (DUJS), the oldest sustained undergraduate science journal in the country, will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its inception in conjunction with the Wetterhahn Science Symposium at Dartmouth College on May 22.  


Mission Statement

Founded in 1998, the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science aims to increase scientific awareness within the Dartmouth community by providing an interdisciplinary forum for sharing undergraduate research and enriching scientific knowledge.

Want to join the DUJS staff?

All the undergraduates of Dartmouth College are welcome to join our staff. Our staff includes students interested in writing, editing, photography, graphics, web design, and more! Please contact us to be added to our e-mail list. Staff meetings are Thursday evenings at 8 pm in Carson L02.