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Dartmouth's ice control technology

Dartmouth engineering professor Victor Petrenko and his team have developed new ways to control or alter ice, making it sticky or slippery. Here are short Dartmouth videos of the technology at work.\r\n

November 1, 2007

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New & Noteworthy: Dartmouth shifts to Windows;

New & Noteworthy: Dartmouth shifts to Windows;

By June 7, 2002

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Microsoft and Facebook team up to fight child porn

The world's largest social network has joined the PhotoDNA program, which was developed by Microsoft Research with help from Dartmouth College.

By May 20, 2011

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A banana phone?

Students are Dartmouth College are working on ways to identify photoshopped images, shares of Groupon continue to fall, and innovations at the University of Tokyo could help turn a banana into a phone.

By November 29, 2011

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GE invests in storage unit innovation

Dartmouth start-up SustainX wins $14.4 million in funding from GE for its compressed-air energy storage invention.

By March 16, 2011

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Start-up compresses air in tanks for energy storage

SustainX, spun out of Dartmouth, is developing a energy production system that uses compressed air stored in portable containers, rather than in natural underground formations.

By November 13, 2009

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Fortune 500 companies give social media a thumbs-up

The world's top bankrollers are increasingly growing their social-media presence -- currently, 77 percent of Fortune 500 companies keep active Twitter accounts and 70 percent have a Facebook page.

By July 24, 2013

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Google search reveals plagiarism by columnist and White House aide

Timothy Goeglein is a columnist for the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel and a White House aide for the Office of Public Liason. Earlier today, he was caught plagiarizing a column originally written by Jeffrey Hart for the Dartmouth review after former employee a

By February 29, 2008

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Loneliness narrows the uncanny valley

Starved for a little social contact? The face of a robot or doll will seem more alive to you than to someone with a brimming social life.

By September 8, 2014

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Evidence of fire-raining comet discovered on Earth

Roughly 28 million years ago, a comet rained down a "shockwave of fire" over Egypt when it entered Earth's atmosphere and exploded, according to findings that offer the first concrete proof of such a phenomenon.

By October 8, 2013