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    Doctoral candidate Natalie Rubio’s research on meat grown in a lab from cell cultures is featured in an Edible Boston story on women working at the forefront of food, science, and technology.
  • A group of women standing on a staircase
    The student-run conference drew around 250 participants for the day-long event.
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    The department welcomes four new full-time faculty members this semester.
  • A group of women students
    At least 25 Tufts undergraduate and graduate students attended GHC in Houston, listening to keynote speakers, attending career fairs, and meeting other women in engineering fields.
  • A group holds a large check
    VASERA Male Contraceptives, a start-up run by Tufts engineering alumni (one of whom currently studies at Tufts Gordon Institute), won the top honor from an expert panel at the sixth annual Beantown Throwdown competition, hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum.
  • A woman stands in the audience of a baseball stadium
    Manisha Raghavan, a master's student in bioengineering, reflects on her journey to Tufts as an international student in a new graduate student blog.
  • A building with a name across the front
    The Department of Computer Science has instituted a new Tufts CS Student Council to further communications between the students, faculty, and staff. The council first met as an official group with Department Chair Kathleen Fisher this fall. 
  • Two hands washing in a sink
    A group of Tufts researchers studied the efficacy of disinfectants in preventing transmission of Ebola Virus Disease.
  • A man in a lab
    Research from Assistant Professor Xiaocheng Jiang's lab was featured in the Emerging Investigators issue of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
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    Professor and Department Chair Kathleen Fisher spoke to the IEEE Center for Secure Design's Thoughts on Secure Development blog about her work in programming languages and security.

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