Biomedical engineering major Diamond Naa Ayorkor Mensah, E23, thrived as a member of Tiampo Family Assistant Professor Madeleine Oudin's lab.
Biomedical engineering undergraduates Patrick Solomon, E24, and Andrew Langley, E23, are working on the threshold of new cancer therapies.
Tufts engineers explain how it works and why it holds promise for the future of food.
Tufts scientists develop biopolymer-based sensors that glow when dangers are present and can be printed on almost anything.
Researchers in the Aldridge Lab have devised rules for a faster, more effective way to identify potential new drug cocktails against this infectious disease.
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Congratulations to Leslie Jaramillo Martinez and Enrique Rodriguez for being named Tufts Senior Award honorees.
Researchers have successfully produced cultivated fat tissue in a way that could help enable large-scale production of more flavorful cultured meat.
In recognition of National Engineering Week, Tufts students describe myriad inventive opportunities offered by engineering.
At inaugural conference, pioneers in the growing industry met to discuss the future of meat made without animals.
Graduate student Michael Saad, EG25, and the Green Team he co-chairs are reducing waste, boosting recycling, and saving energy at Tufts’ SciTech building.
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