At the 2023 IEEE BioCAS Conference, PhD student Ravi Durbha and Associate Professor Valencia Koomson received a first prize award for their advanced wearable oximetry sensor.
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Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor Aseema Mohanty’s research could lead to improvement in the implementation of quantum information systems.
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Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Education for the School of Engineering and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named one of the top 100 people in artificial intelligence by Insider Business.
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A Tufts research team recently received National Science Foundation funding to leverage structures in large, high-dimensional data.
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Senior Sanjana Vissapragada was in the lab this summer creating microneedle patches for more effective and comfortable drug release to the skin.
Professor and Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta spoke with ABC News about the potential environmental, energy, and agricultural benefits of using AI in underwater imaging.
Professor Jeffrey Hopwood and Professor of the Practice Ronald Lasser received Tufts University awards for teaching and advising.
A Tufts team won first prize in the first-ever MassRobotics Form and Function Challenge with a robotic pill that collects gut microbiome samples.
Professor Sameer Sonkusale spoke with the Tiny Matters podcast about his work with transistor threads.
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