On the fortieth anniversary of Allan MacLeod Cormack's Nobel Prize, Tufts will host a conference August 5-9 celebrating his achievements and gathering top international researchers in mathematics, engineering, science, and medicine.
Biology professor Michael Levin and computer science professor Matthias Scheutz are among thirty-three nationally in finals for the NSF’s 2026 Idea Machine
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.
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
Using a computational model, Tufts biology researchers were able to explain, predict, and even manipulate the regeneration of the flatworm body
Book topics range from memory and superpowers to GMOs and microeconomics, plus music, film, art exhibitions and more
A state-of-the-art viewing instrument will help Tufts astronomers seeking to answer the deepest questions in astronomy and physics
Alex Vilenkin, Leonard and Jane Holmes Bernstein Professor in Evolutionary Science, Department of Physics and Astronomy, is featured in a new film, "Before the Big Bag 9: A Multiverse from 'Nothing,'" part of a series which has featured Stephen Hawking and other leading cosmologists
The Tufts Green Fund this year supports five new campus projects—from an Edible Insect Festival to the SMFA Health, Safety, and Sustainability Day
Roy Desrochers and Amanda Kern from Tufts' Sensory and Science Center describe their research on taste and smell in this video from WCVB Channel 5.