Exhibit Celebrates 400th Anniversary of the First Folio
The student-curated show explores Dartmouth’s Shakespeare-related archives.
Experimental Lake Shows Fish Can Recover Quickly From Mercury Contamination
Aquatic ecologist Celia Chen tells Science that recent research on mercury in an experimental lake, published by scientists in Canada, is a rare controlled study of lake pollution. The work may help gauge the impact of environmental policies.
Study finds proteins that support photosynthesis in iron-deficient plants
Professor Mary Lou Guerinot and Garo Akmakjian, Guarini ’18, are quoted in an article about their research showing how plants lacking iron optimize photosynthesis. “With climate change, where and how we grow crops is changing,” said Guerinot.