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  • A man smiles at the camera while sitting on a desk in a classroom
    Tufts researchers including Associate Professor Matthew Panzer (pictured), Professor Sameer Sonkusale, and graduate students Huan Qin and Rachel Owyeung have developed highly stretchable, gelatin biopolymer-supported deep eutectic solvent (DES) gel electrolytes as a promising nonvolatile alternative to hydrogels for ionic skin applications. 
  • A woman and a child in a toy store looking at a shelf
    Marina Umaschi Bers, a professor and chair of the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development who heads the Developmental Technologies Research Group and has an adjunct appointment in the Department of Computer Science, offers options for choosing high-tech toys for kids. 
  • Students sitting in a lecture hall
    In Summer at Tufts programs, experience college learning in engineering disciplines and get a sense of campus life at Tufts. Applications are now open for Summer 2019 enrollment. 
  • Two women looking at laptop computers
    A group of Tufts researchers has developed a comprehensive database for facial images.
  • A woman sits in a dark computer lab
    Bridge Professor Susan Landau explains the different between intercepting encrypted chats and traditional wiretapping methods.
  • A  view of a computer screen with code on it
    Computer science grad Dan Kass and his team at JustFix.nyc, a nonprofit tech start-up, launched Who Owns What, a database for tenants in the city. 
  • A man holding a large check
    Christopher Camacho, a junior studying computer science, won third place at the SHPE Conference hackathon.
  • A man stands in front of a class
    Engineering student Zayyad Yunus wrote about student experiences in the first-year Simple Robotics course taught by Research Assistant Professor Ethan Danahy (pictured).
  • A group of students with computers at a table.
    Eighteen teams presented their projects at this year's hackathon. The winners included a dancing robot, an app to find rental bicycles, and an app that lets you enjoy the same playlist that you heard at a coffee shop based on geotagging.
  • A group of people eating lunch and talking
    The computer science department recognizes its newly constituted External Advisory Board (EAB). 

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