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- A pilot project led by Mia Nixon, E21, uses QR codes to help people sort out what's trash and what really belongs in the bin.
- From sustainable, organic protein sources to a drug delivery platform revolutionizing the treatment of neurological diseases, teams bring passion, technology and innovation to the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center.
- Protecting privacy and building trust, as well as improving the technology, will be key to success, says Bridge Professor Susan Landau.
- Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering Education, joins "IEEE Career Reset" to discuss her career choices and advocacy for women in STEM.
- ZwitterCo, a wastewater treatment solutions provider with Tufts roots, received $5.9 million in financing to scale its innovative filtration membrane.
- PhD student Veronica Gonsalez won second place in the student paper/presentation competition at the 30th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air.
- A Tufts team places second in the inaugural Veracode Hacker Games, an international cybersecurity competition to find and fix application security flaws.
- In a recent class held as part of the MSIM’s Career Impact Seminar Series, alumni highlighted the path to becoming product managers.
- Stacey Coleman Morse, E77, discusses her efforts to support annual giving and volunteer work at the School of Engineering.
- Myisha Majumder, E21, has been recognized as a member of the 2021 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering - College class.