Working unpredictable hours boosts your risk for chronic disease, and affects women more than men, says a new study by Mary Davis, associate professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
“The Revelations,” a fictional foray into the nature of consciousness, was shaped by author Erik Hoel’s career as a neuroscientist—and by “Moby Dick.”
In a Tell Me More podcast, Tufts experts explore the nature of attention, from the trouble with multitasking to the costs of staying too focused.
Tufts experts collaborate on an initiative to further STEAM education capacity in Brazilian, Kenyan, and Rwandan schools.
Tufts students and faculty work closely together to create a new program that fosters inclusive teaching and learning.
From novels and memoirs to documentaries and feature films, alumni and faculty make recommendations.
Survey: Despite Similar Levels of Vaccine Hesitancy, White People More Likely to Be Vaccinated Than Black People
New nationwide survey by Tufts University researchers finds those most hesitant are younger, less educated and more likely to trust former President Donald Trump; also finds racial divide in access to vaccine.
Misfiring neurons in specific regions of the bird brain leads to stuttering patterns, and provides a model to explore treatments to restore normal speech.
Heather Nathans, the Nathan and Alice Gantcher Professor, Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, will become the next Dean of Academic Affairs for the School of Arts and Sciences, effective September 1, 2021
The free, online Black Futures Matter civic humanities certificate course is aimed at adult learners in Mississippi, Georgia, and Alabama.