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  • A woman stands outside a building
    Observing earth from thousands of sensor-enabled satellites is generating data and supporting agriculture, forestry, and other sectors, according to Graduate Dean Karen Panetta and IEEE President Jose Moura.
  • Jonathan Lamontagne
    Assistant Professor Jonathan Lamontagne appears as a guest on a podcast discussing the need for immediate global action to preserve a tolerable climate future.
  • Headshots of Professors Sonkusale, Miller, and Khan
    Three Tufts engineers work with colleagues from the United Kingdom to develop a next-generation sensing system for soil applications.
  • Young students working together at a lab bench
    Twenty middle school girls from Malden learned about polymer science and chemical engineering in a Tufts program offered this summer.
  • Different transition states for oxygen activation by the Pt1-O-Ce and the Pt-O-Pt ensembles
    In research published in Nature Communications, a former member of Tufts’ Nano Catalysis and Energy Lab and colleagues develop a new group of catalysts.
  • Cathy Leslie from Engineers without Borders
    Engineers Without Borders leader Catherine Leslie joins research assistant professor Ethan Danahy of the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach to discuss the thousands of students and professionals who volunteer worldwide to build everything from water systems to energy projects.
  • Faculty headshots of Amy Pickering and Mike Hughes placed alongside each other
    Amy Pickering and Michael C. Hughes were named the Tiampo Family Assistant Professor and the Ann W. Lambertus, J75 and Peter Lambertus Assistant Professor, respectively.
  • Illustration of the novel device that provides chlorine to public water taps in Bangladesh
    Research led by Amy Pickering, Tiampo Family Assistant Professor, finds that novel treatment device can reduce child diarrhea by nearly a quarter in urban Bangladesh.
  • Hands on a computer keyboard

    New graduate programs provide students with the skills to become leaders and innovators in their fields.

  • Drawing from a water source in rural Kenya
    Tiampo Family Assistant Professor Amy Pickering conducted a study indicating improved drinking water should be a key component of control strategies against parasitic worm and protozoan infections in rural Kenya.

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