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Biomedical Engineering News

  • The third annual Tufts Three Minute Thesis Competition featured graduate student research from the School of Engineering, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Friedman School of Nutrition.

    Research;Engineers;Students;Graduate students;Campus news
  • Akshita Rao, E21, joins the Museum of Science's "Pulsar: A Science Podcast" to discuss her biomedical engineering research on the human heart.

    Research;Human health and bioengineering;Engineers;Students;Undergraduate students;Women engineers
  • The Tufts community affirms the School of Engineering’s commitment to building a more just, equitable, inclusive, and diverse culture within the School and across Tufts.

    STEM diversity;Campus news
  • Pushing for greater equity and inclusion in science education and engineering helps address inequities across the board, Dr. Gilda Barabino tells Tufts audience.

    Tufts Now;Women engineers;STEM diversity;Campus news
  • On November 20, join Tufts School of Engineering for a virtual talk with Dr. Gilda Barabino, President of Olin College of Engineering. All are welcome - register now!

    Women engineers;STEM diversity;Campus news
  • Information regarding the planned instruction modality for spring courses is now available.

    Students;Graduate students;Undergraduate students
  • Assistant Professor Madeleine Oudin and biomedical researchers at Tufts discover a new way in which fat promotes the spread of cancer.

    Research;Human health and bioengineering;Research news;Faculty;Women engineers
  • Four masked students in the Ventilator Project space, plus one student in inset

    Alum Shounak Bose worked with hundreds of fellow volunteers to develop a cost-effective ventilator that could be produced quickly.

    COVID-19; Human health and bioengineering; Human-technology interface; Graduate students; Alumni
  • lipidoid nanoparticles mediate delivery of gene-editing components

    Tufts engineers devise a way to directly deliver gene-editing packages efficiently across the blood brain barrier and into specific regions of the brain, into immune system cells, or to specific tissues and organs.

    Research;Human health and bioengineering;Research news;Tufts Now;Faculty