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  • A photo of flowers on campus.
    Six rising juniors and eight rising seniors will work on engineering research projects this summer.
  • 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 Briana Bouchard.
    Student Advisor Briana Bouchard, E14, received an award from NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising.
  • A close up of cheese rinds with bacteria.
    Through a Tufts Collaborates grant, Assistant Professor Jeffrey Guasto is working with Benjamin Wolfe of the Department of Biology to study the effects of bacteria "highways" on ripeness and food safety in cheeses. 
  • 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.
  • A figure image of fuel cells.
    Assistant Professor Iryna Zenyuk is part of a team of researchers that published a paper on new water management strategies in fuel cells.
  • A crowd at the Tufts University Athletics Hall of Fame.
    Fred “Fish” Ellis, E29, Eddie Dugger, E41, and Lisa Raffin, E85, were among the honorees at this week's celebration of the inaugural inductees to the Tufts University Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Matthias Scheutz models Human-Robot Interaction with a robot.
    A new graduate degree in human-robot interaction at Tufts is the first of its kind in the nation.
  • A student gives a presentation in front of a white screen.
    Students in Child Development and Mechanical Engineering classes are collaborating on learning technologies intended to teach robotics to children. 
  • Engineering alumnus Neil Puester looks at old and new energy solutions.

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