“It’s an example of something that’s happening all over the world. It’s old pests in new places, and with that comes a whole new set of challenges,” says Professor of Biological Sciences Matthew Ayres in a New York Times story about the record warmth of the winter in much of New England and the forest-threatening southern pine beetles that are moving north as a result of the higher temperatures.
Halting Progress and Happy Accidents: How mRNA Vaccines Were Made
Jason McLellan, a former faculty member at the Geisel School of Medicine, and postdoctoral fellow Nianshuang Wang conducted critical research on spike proteins at their Dartmouth lab that helped lead to the development of mRNA vaccines.
Do the Plumes From Saturn’s Icy Moon Reach Down to Its Ocean?
Colin Meyer, assistant professor of engineering, applied computer models and determined that the plumes from Saturn’s moon Enceladus could come from the slush in its icy crust, not a subsurface ocean, according to the website.