Human health and bioengineering
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Meet the scientist democratizing the cell-cultivated meat sector and training its next generation of researchers.
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.
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.
In a new Nature Communications paper, a team from Professor Qiaobing Xu’s lab outlines the use of novel nanomachines.
Researchers create microprocessor-scale transistors that can detect and respond to biological states and the environment.
The School of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Peyton as Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, effective July 1, 2024.
The Tufts School of Engineering award recognizes the scholarly accomplishments of a junior faculty member within the School.
Senior Sanjana Vissapragada was in the lab this summer creating microneedle patches for more effective and comfortable drug release to the skin.
Katie Lew, E25, mentored high school students in a summer program designed to develop the next wave of veterinary and medical professionals.