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  • Bacteria cells moving within a gradient
    A research team including Assistant Professor Jeffrey Guasto published a paper in Nature Communications demonstrating the individuality of bacteria cells navigating a maze.
  • Professor Swan poses for a photo in his lab
    In a chapter of a new book on engineering faculty pedagogy, Dean of Undergraduate Education Chris Swan recounts his path to service-based instruction.
  • nsf big idea graphic
    Ph.D. computer science student Vasanth Sarathy and Professor Matthias Scheutz, Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow, are finalists in the competition.
  • Merredith Portsmore presents at the dean's meeting

    Tufts hosted the meeting, which brought local engineering deans and representatives together to share engineering education outreach and other STEM initiatives.

  • shuchin aeron at the chalkboard
    Associate Professor Shuchin Aeron collaborated with mathematics faculty to publish "A randomized tensor singular value decomposition based on the t-product" in Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications.
  • nav nidhi rajput with her students in the lab

    Assistant Professor Nav Nidhi Rajput is working towards a more efficient and sustainable future.

  • Amplify will be held on June 14, 2019 in San Francisco
    Tufts alumni organize an entrepreneurship and technology summit in San Francisco on June 14.
  • Kyonbum Lee and Yoon Kang
    Faculty in the School of Engineering and the School of Dental Medicine team up through a Tufts Collaborates seed grant to investigate the biomarkers of periodontal disease.
  • jumbo statue on tufts campus
    Several School of Engineering faculty members received seed grants from the Office of the Provost for innovative ideas in learning and teaching.
  • grasshopper
    David Kaplan, Stern Family Professor and Biomedical Engineering Chair, discusses engineered insect tissue as a potential food source with WIRED.

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