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  • exterior view of the science and engineering complex at Tufts University
    Congratulations to the participants and winners of the 2020 $100k New Ventures Competition.
  • Research figure
    Chemical engineers develop a directed evolution technique to engineer phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) enzymes.
  • microfluidic device containing HL-1 cardiac cells
    Researchers led by biomedical engineers at Tufts University invent a microfluidic chip containing cardiac cells that is capable of mimicking hypoxic conditions following a heart attack.
  • 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. 
  • Sadaf Foroutanjazi, DI21, explained how she used silk fiber films to provide controlled release of antibiotics
    Student projects at Tufts School of Dental Medicine use School of Engineering produced silk to explore new treatments and products.
  • stock image of washing hands
    Marlene Wolfe, EG19, who received a PhD in civil and environmental engineering, conducted a systematic review of the effectiveness of handwashing practices.
  • Students pose for a portrait at a work station in the REAP Lab
    Researchers at the Renewable Energy and Applied Photonics (REAP) Lab design an all-semiconductor selective metamaterial emitter for thermophotovoltaic energy conversion applications.
  • Chanel Richardson in the Science and Engineering Complex

    As more women enter the School of Engineering—their numbers equaling those of men in an undergraduate class—it’s clear that challenging opportunities with far-reaching impact are a big draw.

  • 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.
  • Illustration of gears by NSF

    Professor Matthias Scheutz and PhD candidate Vasanth Sarathy's proposal to work with machines to solve mankind’s seemingly intractable problems is the focus of a winning entry in the NSF Idea Machine Competition.

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