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When you read a book, the experience is both intellectual and physical, says John Lurz, an assistant professor of English, who writes about the experience of reading in his latest book.
Tufts exhibitions compel audiences to think about oceans in new ways
Biology Ph.D. candidate Rachael Bonoan's research shows that honey bees are fine-tuned to know what minerals the colony may lack and proactively seek out nutrients in conjunction with the season
Caught in the federal government's executive order, a Tufts visiting scholar from Iran finally arrives at Logan to a "heartwarming" welcome
A new artificial intelligence system designed at Tufts makes it quicker and easier to play the piano—is it the future of education?
Machine-learning predicts never-before-seen cancer-like phenotype
Tufts In the News
Philosophy Professor Daniel Dennett discusses his latest book on consciousnes, From Bacteria to Bach and Back.
New England Cable News
Engineering Professor of the Practice Mike Zimmerman discusses the latest advancements in battery technology.
This is a profile of "The Ocean After Nature," a traveling art exhibit currently on view at the SMFA at Tufts and the Tufts University Art Gallery.
The Boston Globe
UEP Professor Julian Agyeman co-authors this piece on the impact that President Donald Trump's stated immigration policies will have on American food cost and production.
The New York Times
Biology Professor Benjamin Wolfe collaborated with a team of researchers to study the science of cheese making.
Physics Professor Alexander Vilenkin discusses how physicists regard the concept of the multiverse.