Tufts In the News

Dec 17, 2020

The New York Times
Tama Leventhal
, Professor, Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development, is quoted in this article offering guidance to young adults who move back to their parents' homes.

Dec 15, 2020

Elizabeth Crone
, professor, Department of Biology, is quoted in this article about the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to exclude monarch butterflies from its endangered species list. 

Dec 15, 2020

Science News
Eliot-Pearson researchers are among collaborators on a new study finding that reading and learning computer code activates the general-purpose network within the brain. 

Dec 15, 2020

The Conversation
Christina Maranci
, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architecture, pens this piece about medieval Armenian monuments that are at risk of being destroyed in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Dec 11, 2020

In this "Under the Radar" segment, Laura Gee, assoicate professor, Department of Economics, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting charitable giving in the U.S. this year.

Dec 9, 2020

Apollo Magazine
Christina Maranci
, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architecture, discusses the significance of some of themedieval Armenian monuments that are at risk of being destroyed.

Dec 8, 2020

Discover Magazine
A&S biology research, in collaboration with the University of Vermont, developing living, programmable robots (xenobots) created with skin and heart cells from African clawed frogs is spotlighted

Dec 8, 2020

Boston Magazine
Robert Terrell
, lecturer, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, is quoted throughout this in-depth piece on racial segregation in the city of Boston.

Dec 5, 2020

Justin Hollander
, A96, professor in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, is quoted about New York City’s population decline, which began well before the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Nov 27, 2020

Science Friday
Benjamin Wolfe
, Aptman Family Assistant Professor of Biology, and postdoctoral scholar Casey Cosetta discuss their research that found communication between fungi and bacteria is key to creating distinct aromas, flavors, and quality during the ripening of cheeses.