The latest version of xenobots can swim, heal, record information—and create new versions of themselves.
In 1920, W.E.B. Du Bois helped found “The Brownies' Book,” the first publication of its kind. Now Associate Professor of Sociology Freeden Blume Oeur is helping bring it long overdue attention.
A decade-long research-practice partnership between the Eliot-Pearson Department and ABCD Head Start has improved science education for children and professional development for teachers.
As Nancy Bauer prepares to step down, she leaves a legacy of advancing art education for Tufts students amid record growth.
It’s complicated, say Tufts political experts, but there are ways to increase participation and voting.
Tuft paleontologist Noel Heim helps make the case for a Jurassic-era reptile that once roamed what is now Massachusetts.
From people to fine wine to TV shows, a Tell Me More podcast featuring a number of A&S faculty and alumni explores the good and bad of getting older.
Professor Adriana Zavala co-founded an organization to bring visibility to often-overlooked artists of Latin American and Caribbean ancestry in the U.S.
The annual event supporting art students takes place online October 22 to November 4.
From movie fans to working filmmakers and scholars of the cinema, Tufts faculty have sharpened the university’s focus on the subject.