New research from Zarin Machanda, Usen Family Career Development Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, is highlighted in an article in the New York Times.
Researchers discover that bacteria that ripen cheese respond to the volatile gases produced by cheese fungi.
Representation is not equitable for people of color and the poor, shows new book by Brian Schaffner, Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies, Department of Political Science.
Lisa Shin, professor of psychology, talks about the difference between trauma and stress and what to do about it.
Lessons from a Pandemic: Amid COVID-19, sociology professor Natasha Warikoo says educators and parents must keep equity as their focus.
Faculty have transformed Experiments in Ecology amid COVID-19 but continue to provide students with a window into the natural world.
Deborah Schildkraut, J95, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, explains how to decipher the candidates’ approaches.
From colonial times to today, the demonization of outsiders has existed alongside the idea of the U.S. as a nation built by immigrants, says Tufts alumna Erika Lee, J91, a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Who gets to tell the story of the past? It’s a question that has transformed the Tufts curriculum.
Michael Levin, Distinguished Professor, Department of Biology, is featured in this PBS NOVA documentary about new research on primitive life forms called slime molds.