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  • Engineering first-year James Cameron
    First-year student James Cameron shares his introduction to engineering at Tufts as he explores the field.
  • A group of six students holding framed awards.
    Mechanical Engineering faculty and students participated in the world's largest meeting and showcase of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology.
  • A methane flare against a blue sky.

    Tufts researchers have discovered a breakthrough process for methane conversion that could lead to more energy efficient production of methanol or acetic acid.

  • An image of the Science & Engineering Complex at Tufts University.
    Susan Soe, E19, was on the winning team at the recent Ruderman Inclusion Summit Makeathon, creating solutions for everyday issues faced by people with disabilities.
  • Benny Kim shown next to Greentown Labs logo
    Benny Kim, a graduate of the Tufts Gordon Institute M.S. program in innovation management, is the first Fellow in a new partnership with Greentown Labs, the nation's largest clean technology incubator.
  • A representation of the drug delivery system using a more precise control.
    A group of researchers from Tufts and Brigham and Women's Hospital, including lead author and Ph.D. student Tao Sun and co-author Professor Eric Miller, are investigating more precise and controlled methods for loosening the blood-brain barrier for safer drug delivery to the brain.
  • Stephen and Geraldine Ricci present checks to Team Tarseer and Team UChu.
    Two student teams were awarded $5,000 each for interdisciplinary engineering design.
  • Group photo at the 2017 AIChE
    Ph.D. candidate Mengwei Li received a travel award to attend the 2017 American Institute of Chemical Engineers meeting.
  • In Assistant Professor Iryna Zenyuk's lab, researchers are using x-ray imaging to see how fuel cell materials react to temperature and moisture, with a study published in the journal Electrochimica Acta.
  • A photograph shows regenerated helical silk fibers colored by Rhodamine dyes, under UV light.
    A group of researchers at Tufts and MIT, including Professor David Kaplan and postdoctoral fellows Chunmei Li and Wenwen Huang, developed a way to build better silk in a new Nature Communications paper.

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