Exhibit Celebrates 400th Anniversary of the First Folio
The student-curated show explores Dartmouth’s Shakespeare-related archives.
Water Beneath Glaciers May Surge Due to Thinning Ice Sheets
A study co-authored by engineering professor Colin Meyer suggests that far more subglacial water than initially estimated is draining into oceans, which could have major implications for glacial melt and the rise of sea levels.
Energy Tax Credits, Meant to Help U.S. Suppliers, May Be Hard to Get
An analysis co-authored by engineering professor Erin Mayfield and two postdoctoral researchers finds that tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act to boost renewable energy would more than offset some higher costs for production in the U.S.
The New York Times