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  • A white woman with short blonde hair speaks into a microphone in front of an audience.
    Emily Airoldi, who received a master's degree in Engineering Management at Tufts Gordon Institute this year, reflects on her experience in the program.
  • A figure image of the paper-nose
    In a new paper, researchers printed chemoresponsive dyes and chemiresistive inks on paper to develop a "paper-nose" optoelectronic sensor for volatile gases in air.
  • An image of a skyline with many lines indicating interconnectivity across buildings.
    Sam Safavi, EG17, and associate professor Usman Khan were part of a research team that created an improved algorithm for self-localizing and tracking mobile devices, a development that could meet the demands of a projected 50 billion connected products in the Internet-of-Things by 2020.
  • A rendering of geographical shapes in a blue space.
    Two new graduate programs at the School of Engineering are rising to meet the rapidly growing demand for computer engineers and data science experts.
  • An elephant statue with many people in graduation hats sitting in front of it.
    Tufts awarded 1,521 undergraduate degrees and 2,186 graduate degrees at this year's commencement ceremony.
  • A nanoscale rendering of the Tufts seal next to the original Tufts seal
    Students have created the smallest known rendering of the Tufts seal.
  • Daniela Torres explaining her research to Professor Chris Rogers during a poster session.
    M.S. student Daniela Torres, E16 and EG18, received the Best Student Paper award for the second year in a row.
  • A photo of the Presidential Award for Civic Life
    Computer science major Winnona DeSombre, A18, electrical engineering major Ryan Stocking, E18, and Tania Alarcón, a Ph.D. student in civil and environmental engineering, received awards for outstanding achievements in service, leadership, and civic engagement during their time at Tufts.
  • A group photo of human factors engineering students and a health expert.
    Tufts students are learning the finer points of medical device design straight from the source.
  • A photo of Iryna Zenyuk standing in a lab.
    Led by Assistant Professor Iryna Zenyuk, a team of researchers including Tufts graduate students in mechanical and chemical engineering used X-ray computed tomography and radiography to study transport and degradation in polymer electrolyte membrane electrolyzers.

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