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  • Valencia Koomson and Nana Kwakwa's hands on a wearable device.
    Associate Professor Valencia Koomson is developing a first-of-its-kind wearable device to help doctors monitor patients’ tissue oxygenation without requiring access to a heavy power source.
  • A group of women students
    The Department of Computer Science is crowdfunding to send more than 30 students to the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
  • Margaret Stevens in the lab
    Ph.D. student Margaret Stevens and two faculty members publish research from the Renewable Energy and Applied Photonics Lab at Tufts University.
  • Campus photo, status of Jumbo the elephant

    Nine faculty members join the School of Engineering on a full-time basis.

  • Young students working together at a lab bench
    Twenty middle school girls from Malden learned about polymer science and chemical engineering in a Tufts program offered this summer.
  • Different transition states for oxygen activation by the Pt1-O-Ce and the Pt-O-Pt ensembles
    In research published in Nature Communications, a former member of Tufts’ Nano Catalysis and Energy Lab and colleagues develop a new group of catalysts.
  • Associate Professor Mai Vu working out an equation
    Faculty at Tufts and New York University will model the interference and effects of hands blocking cellphone signals.
  • Cathy Leslie from Engineers without Borders
    Engineers Without Borders leader Catherine Leslie joins research assistant professor Ethan Danahy of the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach to discuss the thousands of students and professionals who volunteer worldwide to build everything from water systems to energy projects.
  • Thread-based transistors
    Researchers at Tufts create transistors and integrated circuits made from threads that combine with thread-based sensors to create fully flexible devices
  • Taissa Gladkova displaying one of her aneurysm models
    Senior Taissa Gladkova is in the lab this summer researching the burst probabilities of abdominal aortic aneurysms.

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