Biomedical Engineering News
Associate Professor Qiaobing Xu and colleagues design a lipidoid nanoparticle to enhance immune system response to in situ cancer vaccination.
Alternative leather manufacturing moves towards sustainable sources and environmentally friendly chemical processes.
Breanna Duffy, EG21, is using her biomedical engineering education to create a safer, more sustainable world.
Amma Agyei, a pre-med student studying biomedical engineering, will be the first Black woman to serve as the president of the TCU Senate.
Amma Agyei, E22, will be the first Black female president of the Tufts Community Union Senate.
Rachel McGinn, E22, and Parker Rule, A23, have been named 2021 Goldwater Scholars by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.
The School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences honor their graduate students, faculty, and staff.
Following a day of live pitching and deliberation, winners for the $100k New Ventures Competition have been announced.
From sustainable, organic protein sources to a drug delivery platform revolutionizing the treatment of neurological diseases, teams bring passion, technology and innovation to the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center.