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  • A smartphone with a cracked screen
    Susan Landau, Bridge Professor in cyber security and policy at the School of Engineering and the Fletcher School, explains how maintaining digital privacy can help secure your online presence. 
  • A group of students holding a large check
    ZwitterCo, a group made up of engineering alumni and graduate students, received a Catalyst grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center for their work on a membrane technology designed to reduce energy consumption in water purification, specifically in the food and beverage industry.
  • Headshots of the five members of the Picture This! team
    A team of Tufts researchers is developing an artificial intelligence incorporated with computer vision techniques to report nutrient intake.
  • A headshot of a white woman with brown hair and bangs
    Professor Kathleen Fisher spoke about hacking, machine learning, and cyber security research on the Silver Bullet Security podcast. 
  • Light beams outlining paths around the globe.
    Computer science grad Winnona DeSombre, A18, reflects on her path to an early-career job in cyber threat intelligence.
  • 3 adult women and 2 girls stand for a photo
    Laney Strange, a lecturer in computer science, and Tufts Girls of Code were recognized as an Outstanding Service Unit Partner by the Medford Girl Scouts.
  • Briana Bouchard and Amy Wilson
    Engineering staff members Briana Bouchard and Amy Wilson were honored for their exceptional work at the twelfth annual Tufts Distinction Awards.
  • A shot of people walking into a building shaded by leafy trees
    Professor of the Practice James Intriligator and Research Assistant Professor and CEEO Director Merredith Portsmore received awards for using technology in their teaching.
  • A white woman with curly red and brown hair stands overlooking a lab below.
    Dean Karen Panetta discussed the importance of K-12 engineering education to get women interested in the field from a young age.
  • A woman stands among many stone statues.
    While studying abroad in Talloires, France, BEST scholar Talisa Watts is seeing global health engineering and policy at work.

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