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Dec 7, 2015

Tufts’ new Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex promotes cross-pollination among diverse disciplines

Dec 1, 2015

The personal papers of the professional boxer and legal rights advocate are now part of the Digital Collections and Archives at Tufts University.

Nov 24, 2015

Findings shed light on role of a new kind of epigenetic signaling in evolution, could yield clues for understanding birth defects, regeneration

Nov 23, 2015

Urban hives can help safeguard the future of food, says a scientist and beekeeper

Oct 30, 2015

Breakthrough promises insights into climate, environment and age-old riddles, such as why no two snowflakes are alike

Oct 26, 2015

One-year program will provide business & leadership skills to recent science & engineering grads

Oct 9, 2015

A new generation of platinum-copper catalysts that require very low concentrations of platinum in the form of individual atoms to cleanly and cheaply perform important chemical reactions is reported today by Tufts University researchers in the journal Nature Communications.

Oct 6, 2015

Biology Professor Michael Levin and Maria Lobikin, Ph.D. ‘15, use artificial intelligence to explain why some cells deviate from normal development—a finding that could lead to better diagnosis and treatment.

Sep 23, 2015

Tufts University biomedical engineers are using low-energy, ultrafast laser technology to make high-resolution, 3-D structures in silk protein hydrogels. The laser-based micropatterning represents a new approach to customized engineering of tissue and biomedical implants.

Sep 15, 2015

Research by Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering Qiaobing Xu and colleagues could lead to new ways to repair nerve tissue injuries.

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