Ivy Le's interest in biotechnology led her to chemical engineering and a community of problem solvers.
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PhD student Aaron Love and Associate Professor Nik Nair published new research in the journal Science Advances investigating how specific codons control cellular resources and fitness.
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The Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos Symposium on Single-Site Catalysts featured speakers from Tufts and other universities.
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True to the spirit of engineering, students say finding the best academic fit is experimental and sometimes unconventional.
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.
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering hosted a memorial symposium in honor of Nakho Sung.
PhD student Aaron Love recently won a Best Poster Award at the Boston Bacterial Meeting for his research on protein coding schemes.
Enrique Ernesto Rodriguez, E23, and Briana Lino, EG25, were among the recipients of this year's Tufts Presidential Awards for Civic Life.