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  • Aerial view of the roof of Tisch Library at Tufts University
    Tufts students and alumni Megan Tse, Lucy Qin, Michelle Gee, Jason Fan, and Trevor Donadt have been named Fellows in the 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
  • N-95 masks under repair
    Engineers team up with students from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to repair over 6,000 N-95 masks for Tufts Medical Center. 
  • Tyler Andrews running on a track
    Tyler Andrews, E13, and two other Tufts alums are competing for slots on the U.S. Olympic marathon team.
  • Three headshots over a background with a tooth illustration
    Noah Hill, E21, and Daniel Weinstein, E18, are following their dream of a dental technology business, spawned with fellow Tufts students, all the way to China.
  • Potentia co-founders Jun Hyung Yoon and Amanda Wang
    Started by Innovation and Management graduates, Potentia matches volunteer language tutors with non-English speaking immigrants and refugees.
  • Alumna Enya Hughes at Frequency Therapeutics
    Alumna Enya Hughes is working as a research associate at Frequency Therapeutics, a biotechnology company seeking to regenerate lost hearing.
  • Melissa Pickering at TEDxMunchen
    Melissa Pickering, Department of Mechanical Engineeering and Center for Engineering Education and Outreach alumnae, discusses how tech should be designed for kids.
  • Illustration of ice cream cone by James Taylor
    Ryan Pandya, E13, and Perfect Day are creating animal-free dairy using microflora.
  • Photo of a spreading wildfire in a forest
    Laura Corlin, School of Medicine Assistant Professor and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering alumna, explains how research can aid in measuring the health effects of wildfires.
  • Assistant Professor Nik Nair in the lab
    Biomanufacturing can speed production of a low-glycemic sweetener—and may unlock its commercial potential, say Assistant Professor Nikhil Nair and postdoctoral fellow Josef Bober, EG19.

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