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  • Faculty member talking to two students at a computer
    Assistant Professor Nav Nidhi Rajput received a grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research to develop sensors and imaging architectures that could be used in defense applications, weather surveillance, and search and rescue.
  • 3D brain tissue neurons with amyloid beta plaques
    Engineers and researchers design unique in vitro model to study the causes and treatments of neurological disease.
  • Neurons, derived from human stem cells grow on silk-collagen scaffold
    An NIH grant powers collaborative stem cell and silk research on Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Assistant Professor Srivalleesha Mallidi in the iBITLab
    Assistant Professor Srivalleesha Mallidi and the iBITLab are using sound and light waves to better understand tumors and to direct treatment.
  • visualization of flow speed to characterize instabilities
    Tufts researchers publish on the flow stability of stretchy fluids in one of the most esteemed journals in the field of physics.
  • hands operating a cell phone
    A team from the schools of engineering and medicine worked together to devise a solution to monitor health changes using low-tech methods.
  • Research figure
    Chemical engineers develop a directed evolution technique to engineer phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) enzymes.
  • microfluidic device containing HL-1 cardiac cells
    Researchers led by biomedical engineers at Tufts University invent a microfluidic chip containing cardiac cells that is capable of mimicking hypoxic conditions following a heart attack.
  • Associate Professors Lauren Black and Qiaobing Xu
    Associate Professors Lauren Black and Qiaobing Xu have been elected to the AIMBE College of Fellows.
  • A man sitting in a computer lab
    Associate Professor Mark Hempstead presented two papers at IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture.

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