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Eugenics at Dartmouth College: John Hiram Gerould and Human Heredity

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Exploring the Final Frontier: An Interview with Neuroscience Professor David Bucci

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Railguns: A Revolution in Naval Warfare from the World of Science Fiction

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Fire In the Hole: Experimental Plasma Physics at Dartmouth

Fire In the Hole: Experimental Plasma Physics at Dartmouth

Last December, Dartmouth professor Robyn Millan received exciting news from NASA: she and her team were to receive a 9.3 million dollar research grant to finance a proposed plasma physics project in Antarctica. Interestingly, Millan’s fascinating new project is not the only experimental plasma physics research being conducted by Dartmouth […]

 
 

Sure, Rudolph Can Fly, But Can He Swim?

Sure, Rudolph Can Fly, But Can He Swim?

Climate is the average state of the atmosphere and the underlying land or water on time scales of seasons and longer. It is typically described by the statistics of a set of atmospheric and surface variables, such as temperature, precipitation, wind, humidity, cloudiness, soil moisture, sea surface temperature, and the […]

 
 
 
 

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