With up to one million species on the brink of disappearing in the coming decades, what can we do? Michael Reed, professor of avian ecology and conservation biology, gives his perspective on a new U.N. report.
At a special ceremony for graduates who are the first in their families to attend college, Tufts Dean James Glaser told them learning is about inquiry
Elizabeth Crone, professor of biology, is lead author on a new paper which finds that using just 15 percent of urban space for favorable habitat can help species reach more complete, suitable habitats more quickly
Students explore the sociopolitical implications of cooking, ceramics, and metalwork in a new course that celebrates the spirit of communal dining and powerful art.
First of all, it’s a collection of microbes in a given environment—and we all have one
SMFA Health, Safety, and Sustainability Day featured a talk by visiting artist John Sabraw and workshops facilitated by students, faculty, and staff.
The criminal justice system has become fixated with assigning moral blame and imposing retribution, and that’s not right, says a professor
Using a computational model, Tufts biology researchers were able to explain, predict, and even manipulate the regeneration of the flatworm body
As the world grapples the need for sustainable food sources, the Edible Insect Festival puts bugs on the plate
Book topics range from memory and superpowers to GMOs and microeconomics, plus music, film, art exhibitions and more