Dartmouth’s Gladfelter Honored by Cell Biology Association

Dartmouth Associate Professor of Biological Sciences is being honored by the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) with its Women in Cell Biology Mid-Career Award for Excellence in Research. ASCB is a network of about 9,000 cell biologists in more than 62 countries. “It’s a really neat award,” Gladfelter says…. Read more“Dartmouth’s Gladfelter Honored by Cell Biology Association”

New Ebola Vaccine May Be Too Good to Be True (The Conversation)

Lahey, however, questions the success of the vaccine. There are three reasons, he says, why “we cannot know if the vaccine really worked, or how well. Those reasons are the lack of placebo comparison, the way the investigators diagnosed vaccine failure, and the possibility of statistical flukes.” Lahey is an… Read more“New Ebola Vaccine May Be Too Good to Be True (The Conversation)”

AOL Co-Founder Case to Invest in Start-Up (Financial Buzz)

A New Hampshire start-up will win $100,000 in funding from America Online co-founder Steve Case, writes the website Financial Buzz. Case plans to visit Dartmouth in October and hear pitches from local businesses during an event organized by Dartmouth’s Jamie Coughlin, according to the website. “Case will visit Hanover and… Read more“AOL Co-Founder Case to Invest in Start-Up (Financial Buzz)”

Christie Discusses Policies in Newport Visit (‘Valley News’)

In a story about Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie’s recent campaign stop in New Hampshire, the Valley News turns to for his thoughts on the New Jersey governor’s entitlement reform policies. Christie’s proposed reforms, the article notes, include increasing the Social Security age and limiting entitlement benefits for retirees. Christie’s… Read more“Christie Discusses Policies in Newport Visit (‘Valley News’)”