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  • A man standing with a glass trophy
    Computer Science alum Rob Greenberg received a Big Initiatives Winner award at the University of Michigan's Michigan Sports Business Conference.  
  • 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 holds a large check
    VASERA Male Contraceptives, a start-up run by Tufts engineering alumni (one of whom currently studies at Tufts Gordon Institute), won the top honor from an expert panel at the sixth annual Beantown Throwdown competition, hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum.
  • A building with a name across the front
    The Department of Computer Science has instituted a new Tufts CS Student Council to further communications between the students, faculty, and staff. The council first met as an official group with Department Chair Kathleen Fisher this fall. 
  • A group of people eating lunch and talking
    The computer science department recognizes its newly constituted External Advisory Board (EAB). 
  • A man in a lab
    Research from Assistant Professor Xiaocheng Jiang's lab was featured in the Emerging Investigators issue of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
  • A photo of a campus in autumn
    Two undergraduate students won awards for research posters at the annual chemical engineering conference. 
  • Distance shot of people standing on a stage in blue light
    Three mechanical engineering students completed a space engineering challenge at the 2018 SEDS SpaceVision conference in California.
  • A group photo
    Tufts student team advances to second round of the 9/12 Competition.
  • 3D brain tissue culture: neurons (green) from an Alzheimer’s disease patient populate a porous matrix of silk protein and collagen (blue), along with astrocytes (cell markers indicated in red). Image scale: 460 microns across.
    Neural models developed by Tufts researchers could improve understanding of neurodegenerative and other diseases, and facilitate discovery of treatments.

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