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Sanctions are a key tool in the U.S. campaign against Iran, but are they effective?
A veterinary dermatologist at Cummings School recently began using cold plasma to treat chronic wounds and superficial skin infections in animals
Understanding how the Xenobots work could help researchers understand formation of organs for regenerative medicine
Rachel Kyte, a visionary leader on climate change, describes her hopes for the school.
John Casey, who won his 750th game this spring, is selected as American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee.
Physician scientist Eric Rubin, M90, GBS90, is the new top editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.
Not wanting to choose between a career as a researcher or a doctor, dual Ph.D./D.V.M. student JJ Stone chose a veterinary path.
Javier Rincon, E19, whose parents are immigrants, came to Tufts as an undergraduate after serving almost a decade in the Marines.
Michael Tutt, M88, employs traditional and western practices to heal his community.
Christopher Sedore brings extensive experience in higher education.
The SMFA’s Ethan Murrow created a monumental drawing installation dedicated to industrial workers. Then it was painted over.
A serious bike accident hasn't held back Henry, A05, who is a triple threat on the race course.
Gregory Crane, professor of classical studies and computer science at Tufts, recently won a large grant to further his work digitizing ancient literature in multiple languages.