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- A pilot project led by Mia Nixon, E21, uses QR codes to help people sort out what's trash and what really belongs in the bin.
- Protecting privacy and building trust, as well as improving the technology, will be key to success, says Bridge Professor Susan Landau.
- Amid a surge of applications, Tufts admits its most ethnically and racially diverse undergraduate class.
- At Tufts, baseball isn’t just a sport—it's an academic subject and the springboard to careers in the front offices of professional teams.
- Professor Jonathan Garlick’s “Science and Civic Action” course focuses on how marginalized communities have been overly burdened by the pandemic and what can be done about it.
- Professor Sameer Sonkusale and his group’s research on a pill that samples gut microbes is still in the running for best innovations in biomedicine, and needs your vote.
- Technology developed by Frank C. Doble Professor of Engineering Fiorenzo Omenetto and team paves way for intelligent solar cells and other devices designed to move in response to light.
- Jared Jaramillo, E21, recalls his experience of the community response in the time immediately following the March 2020 campus closure.
- Two Tufts science groups are competing in STAT’s best innovations in biomedicine competition—and you can vote now.
- Associate Professor Qiaobing Xu and team develop gene editing delivery method that suggests possible one shot treatment of high cholesterol.