Biomedical engineering and studio art student Katie Lew develops her skills through experimentation.
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This fall, Tufts launched the world’s first undergraduate degree in cellular agriculture—a minor that allows students to take a deep dive into the groundbreaking field.
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Newly appointed to Srivalleesha Mallidi, the professorship supports accomplished junior faculty members and aids the university in the recruitment of outstanding faculty.
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The School of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Peyton as Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, effective July 1, 2024.
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Biomedical Engineering News
Students in Engineers Without Borders impact communities in need while developing their own professional and leadership skills.
Four School of Engineering faculty members recently received grants for research related to improving women’s health.
Jazmine Richardson, EG23, EG24, aims to address health inequities and become a ‘transformative leader with heart.’
A leader in cellular agriculture and biomedical engineering, Kaplan is recognized for contributions to science and society.
Researchers create microprocessor-scale transistors that can detect and respond to biological states and the environment.
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