Researchers suggest the discovery offers a roadmap for exploration of therapeutic drugs that could help repair birth defects in humans
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
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
It is the first urban university in Mass. to receive the certification from Bee Campus USA
Jonathan Rodríguez, A21, and Cassandra Cancemi, A21, have been selected for one of the most prestigious awards in the U.S. for undergraduate students in STEM fields.
Undergrad Daniel Caron discovers how some insects sense and respond to pain, and may have created a new model for scientists
Two accomplished faculty will join Tufts in the Spring 2020 semester. Natasha Kumar Warikoo is a new professor in the Department of Sociology, and Jill VanTongeren is a new associate professor in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
In a study published in mBio and featured in the New York Times, Benjamin Wolfe, Eileen Fox Aptman and Lowell Aptman Assistant Professor, and a team of researchers offer the first detailed view of how a fungus transforms into a mold safe for food production in as few as four weeks.
Forbes ranks Tufts as one of the top research institutions for women in STEM fields.