News & Events
Professor José Antonio Mazzotti worked in the Peruvian Amazon to research and document Iskonawa, now spoken by only 14 people.
Sustainability practices earn Tufts Dining a 3-star rating from a national restaurant organization.
Tufts biology researchers have discovered a possible explanation for the occurrence of a genetic error that causes over a dozen neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders, including Huntington’s disease, myotonic dystrophy and forms of spinocerebellar ataxia.
Psychology Associate Professor Sam Sommers talks about what makes fans tick.
Research led by Associate Professor Ayanna Thomas, psychology, shows learning by taking practice tests, a strategy known as retrieval practice, can protect memory against the negative effects of stress.
Computer Science Professor Diane Souvaine, Ph.D., has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society.
Tufts In the News
Research Professor of Psychology Ray Nickerson says that confirmation bias may help explain the inaccuracy of political polls in election 2016.
Biology Assistant Professor Benjamin Wolfe examines the amount of Staphylococcus bacteria commonly found in cheese.
Mathematics Associate Professor Moon Duchin talks about women in the math fields.
Tufts and the U.S. Army have co-founded the Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences, which opened on Oct. 18.
Sameer Sonkusale from the School of Engineering writes about newly developed smart threads that can be stitched into body tissue to gather real-time diagnostic data.
Times of Higher Education
Tufts President Anthony Monaco writes this opinion piece on the need for universities to make all students in the sciences and the humanities adept at handling data.