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  • Two men address a university classroom
    Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, who also served as a faculty member and Associate Dean in the School of Engineering, speaks to Dean of Undergraduate Education Chris Swan about the role of engineering in politics.
  • A figure image of two cells side by side
    A team of researchers led by Mechanical Engineering Professor Igor Sokolov has developed a non-invasive, convenient, and more accurate diagnostic method for bladder cancer detection.
  • A soccer team cheers on the field
    The team, including many engineering students, won its third NCAA Division III championship in five years.
  • A woman leans against a railing and smiles
    Prospective students interested in learning more about engineering graduate programs at Tufts are invited to join Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta for an information session and meet and greet on Thursday, December 13 from 6:00-7:00 pm.
  • A headshot of a professor
     Associate Professor Douglas Matson is the next president of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR).
  • A baby at a table
    Kimon Karageorgiou, E18, and Josh Wiesman, a professor of the practice at Tufts Gordon Institute and part-time lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, are part of a Tufts team reinventing the pacifier.
  • Distance shot of people standing on a stage in blue light
    Three mechanical engineering students completed a space engineering challenge at the 2018 SEDS SpaceVision conference in California.
  • A building with glass walls
    Federica Pierro received two honors at the 2018 Applied Superconductivity Conference.
  • An illustration of people building batteries

    Improved energy-storage technology promises a cleaner, brighter, more efficient future. Find out how Tufts engineers are leading the way.

  • A smiling woman leaning against a brick wall
    Assistant Professor Kristen Wendell worked with collaborators from the National Science Foundation, UMass Boston, Boston Public Schools Science Department, and the MBTA to create a program designed to interest elementary school students in STEM fields. 

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