In an unprecedented discovery, an international team of more than 60 scientists, including Dartmouth paleoanthropologist Jeremy DeSilva, has found over 1,600 fossils of a new hu
A Dartmouth-led study has found what appears to be a working relationship between two species living in the grasslands of eastern Africa: Ethiopian wolves and gelada monkeys.
By Joni Cole
The Dartmouth community is marshaling resources to aid victims of Saturday’s massive earthquake in Nepal, where the rising death toll has exceeded 3,800, and much of Kathmandu and many rural villages lay in rubble.
Miriam Jerotich Kilimo ’14 of Nairobi, Kenya, has been named a Rhodes Scholar for 2015—the 76th Rhodes Scholar in Dartmouth’s history.
The art of ancient Egypt is helping unravel 6,000 years of complex ecological interactions in the Nile valley.