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- Tufts engineers make metamaterials that manipulate microwave energy in ways conventional materials cannot.
- Roger Gu, E20, is the first Jumbo to qualify for the competition.
- Silk proteins formed fibers, crosslinks, and iron complexes similar to those used by the sea creatures.
- Tufts experts collaborate on an initiative to further STEAM education capacity in Brazilian, Kenyan, and Rwandan schools.
- A Tufts-led study of camps for kids that were open last year has lessons for this year’s campers and parents.
Tufts University has been selected to join the Association of American Universities (AAU), a consortium of America’s leading research universities noted for their accomplishments in education, research, and innovation.
- Tufts engineering students are in the driver’s seat in a study of how exhaust generated by jet traffic at Logan Airport may be impacting the air local people breathe.
- Inspired by a hospital stay, a Tufts team creates a better and cheaper ultraviolet C light device for indoor spaces.
- A new initiative involving Tufts researchers from the School of Medicine, the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, and the School of Engineering seeks to eradicate Lyme disease once and for all.
- Alternative leather manufacturing moves towards sustainable sources and environmentally friendly chemical processes.