Tufts In the News

Dec 4, 2018

Washington Post
Bridge Professor Susan Landau explains the different between intercepting encrypted chats and traditional wiretapping methods.

Nov 29, 2018

Edible Boston
Research from doctoral candidate Natalie Rubio and postdoctoral scholar Megan Biango-Daniels is featured in an Edible Boston story on women working at the forefront of food, science, and technology.

Nov 27, 2018

The Boston Globe
Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Sheldon Krimsky voices concerns over claims that Chinese scientists have edited the genes of twin babies, making them immune to HIV. Krimsky says the scientists are "acting outside of the norms of the scientific community."

Nov 16, 2018

Architecture Digest
Justin Hollander, associate professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, has co-written this essay focusing on the importance of design education that is grounded in scientific research.

Nov 15, 2018

The Conversation
Professor Doug Brugge discusses the importance of regulating air pollution in the United States, along with Kevin James Lane, an assistant professor at Boston University.

Nov 7, 2018

Tufts School of Engineering's Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta's research on developing algorithms for robot vision and imaging applications is featured in a story on robotic interventions in the food industry.

Oct 25, 2018

Dorchester Reporter
Assistant Professor Kristen Wendell worked with collaborators from the National Science Foundation, UMass Boston, Boston Public Schools Science Department, and the MBTA to create a program designed to interest elementary school students in STEM fields. 

Oct 24, 2018

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Alexandru Hening is the lead author of a new study proposing a new hunting model that could help prevent the extinction of at-risk animal populations.

Oct 23, 2018

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Tufts Masters of Science in Sustainability degree is highlighted in this news round-up from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Oct 22, 2018

Professor Matthias Scheutz is working with a team of researchers to explore ways to equip robots with reasoning tools, a sense for right and wrong, and what the consequences may be of their actions when facing real-world dilemmas.