Scientists have found a way to help people get rid of certain bad memories.
You may be familiar with the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, but have you ever wondered how his glowing nose enabled him to see on a foggy Christmas Eve? Dartmouth College researchers explain how, after looking at Arctic reindeer.
Male crickets emit a high-frequency chirp to startle potential female mates into revealing their location. This, researchers say, likely evolved from males impersonating predatory bats.
While much anecdotal information has been collected since 2001 saying otherwise, a new study looking at Greenland ice sheet at higher elevations says that the ice is not darkening due to soot or carbon.
Researchers from Dartmouth College studied Arctic mosquitoes in western Greenland in order to better understand the impact climate change has on their growth, development and ability to escape predation.
By studying both the beneficial nutrients and the harmful contaminants of fish collaboratively, Dartmouth researchers are able to better understand the pros and cons to eating seafood.