Chemical engineering major Ishan Ahuja, E23, explored a wide range of interests and contributed to the supportive, collaborative community at Tufts.
Luca Mazzaferro, EG23, explores the potential of polymers for enhanced water treatment and improved burn dressings.
Associate Professor Ayse Asatekin has been recognized for her leadership and the development of novel, highly fouling-resistant membranes for water treatment.
Chemical Engineering PhD student Mossab Alsaedi received the Royal Society of Chemistry's Best Poster Award for his presentation on a more efficient glucose monitoring method for birds.
As the McDonnell Family Bridge Professor within the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering & the Department of Education, Milo Koretsky reflects on the growth of engineering education research.
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Researchers in the Tufts GENELab offer a new quantitative metric for identifying a class of fluids with applications in green technology.
Olivia Calkins has been named a 2023 Goldwater Scholar by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.
Ryan Panya, E13, is at the forefront of innovation in animal-free dairy products.
A paper by Tufts chemical engineers was recently recognized by the journal Biotechnology and Bioengineering.
In recognition of National Engineering Week, Tufts students describe myriad inventive opportunities offered by engineering.