Tufts Now

Sep 25, 2017

Tufts researchers demonstrate, and then rescue, muscle and nerve defects caused by removing brains of day-old frog embryos; reveal earliest known example of brain-body interface

Sep 19, 2017

At inaugural symposium of Allen Discovery Center at Tufts, scientists consider “dark matter of biology,” including possibility of regenerating limbs and organs, preventing birth defects and cancer. 

Aug 22, 2017

To help promote engineering education, Kristen Wendell, the McDonnell Family Assistant Professor in Engineering Education, is studying how teachers and students learn. 

Aug 7, 2017

Associate Professor of Mathematics Moon Duchin started the Metric Geometry Gerrymandering Group, which is hosting a workshop on cutting-edge math research to help make political systems fairer.

Aug 4, 2017

In "The Body Papers," Lecturer in English Grace Talusan tackles the trauma of violence, illness and the immigrant experience. 

Jul 10, 2017

Inspired by a beloved history professor, Gerald Gill, an interactive map catalogs African-American historical sites at Tufts and nearby

Jun 27, 2017

Members of the Tufts community share their favorites in fiction, nonfiction and poetry

Jun 27, 2017

President Monaco pledges to support and protect past, present and future international students and faculty

Jun 16, 2017

Ten video presentations by students, faculty and alumni cover everything from teaching justice to humanizing science

Jun 9, 2017

Experiments designed by Tufts biologists were performed on the International Space Station point to anatomical, behavioral and bacteriological impacts of space travel