Researchers suggest the discovery offers a roadmap for exploration of therapeutic drugs that could help repair birth defects in humans
It is not just that housing costs are too high, but that incomes are too low, says Shomon Shamsuddin, assistant professor of urban and environmental policy and planning
Lessons from a Pandemic: When it comes to stress, we have more in common with wild animals than we realize, says Michael Romero, professor of biology
The huge uncertainty caused by the pandemic is a critical factor in economic resilience, says Yannis Ioannides, Max and Herta Neubauer Chair in Economics.
Historic protest posters still make an impact in course at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts
“Lessons from a Pandemic” — Cities adapted in the past to pandemics, and one place to start is in parks, says Justin Hollander, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
A depression medication carries a small risk for pregnant women of adverse side effects on their children’s development. Now a Tufts team might have found a way to counter these effects in fruit flies.
Krishna Kumar, Robinson Professor of Chemistry, and his students scrap the lesson plan to study COVID-19
The web series by a film professor also features Tufts people and places
The political and military situation wasn’t what many now think, says Jeffrey Taliaferro, associate professor of political science