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  • John Durant and Neelakshi Hudda
    Professor John Durant and Research Assistant Professor Neelakshi Hudda discuss the improvement in air quality due to less vehicles on the road during the pandemic.
  • Four masked students in the Ventilator Project space, plus one student in inset
    Five Tufts engineering students and alums worked with hundreds of fellow volunteers to develop a cost-effective ventilator that could be produced quickly.
  • USAID personnel work on Ebola recovery in Liberia in 2015
    Tufts will head a global program that aims to stop new viruses from becoming a widespread danger to humans.
  • a student works on a device near a laptop

    Engineering faculty adopt new strategies to explore the design process through student-focused, hands-on projects—despite restraints imposed by COVID-19.

  • Two cofounders standing together smiling
    Computer science alum Shehryar Malik and fellow Tufts alum Greg Kulchyckyj, both A19, are developing a mobile app called TableTab that benefits restaurants and customers seeking limited contact while ordering food.
  • Photo of Tufts campus in 2015
    Compliance is key to successful campus opening, university leaders said at a town hall meeting for Arts, Sciences, and Engineering students and their families, which also highlighted Tufts protocols for safety and COVID-19 testing.
  • students, faculty, and alumni gathered via Zoom for student presentations
    With summer internships in computer science gone due to COVID-19, the Tufts community stepped up and created a new way of learning skills—and helping others.
  • John Durant checks equipment in the mobile Tufts Air Pollution Monitoring Lab.
    The drop in traffic-related air pollution in the Boston area found by Tufts researchers offers lessons for the future.
  • Associate Professor Qiaobing Xu stands in his lab.
    Researchers from Tufts University and MIT team up to address potential challenges in mRNA COVID-19 vaccine development.
  •  Vice Provost for Research Caroline Genco, shown here in her lab before the pandemic

    Engineers and researchers, including Tiampo Family Assistant Professor Amy Pickering and alumna Laura Corlin, work to understand the coronavirus.

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