As more women enter the School of Engineering—their numbers equaling those of men in an undergraduate class—it’s clear that challenging opportunities with far-reaching impact are a big draw.Read the Full Story
Noah Hill, E21, Daniel Weinstein, E18, and Saam Borzog, D19, are working to grow their dental technology startup that they hope will revolutionize the way dentists use real-time data to fight tooth decay.Read the Full Story
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A new council at the Friedman School is recommending a national nutrition research moonshot
Dog owners band together to crowdfund a clinical trial of a drug that could help pets and people survive pulmonary fibrosis
The mortal terror that helped our ancestors survive lives on in us, even though the threats they faced are mostly long gone
Thanks to Tufts’ Post-Baccalaureate Research Program, Sofia Corella is searching for predictive biomarkers for post-traumatic epilepsy.
Environmental engineer Amy Pickering is leading a test to see if a simple solution to bringing clean water to low-resource communities improves health outcomes.
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.
Tufts sophomore Jula Harrington is one of only forty women nationwide picked to attend the NFL’s Women’s Careers in Football Forum.
Anjali Narasimhan, VG19, shares a first-person account of studying humpback whales in the remote wilderness of southeast Alaska.
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.
Michael Tutt, M88, employs traditional and western practices to heal his community.
In her new memoir, Ariana Neumann, A92, uncovers a harrowing story hidden for decades—the story of her own father and a family destroyed by the Holocaust.
Physician scientist Eric Rubin, M90, GBS90, is the new top editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.