From robots to bee pollen, Summer Scholars are learning the value of research firsthand with Tufts faculty
Students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer’s Voting Rights Data Institute
Why do Republican voters disapprove of compromise more than Democrats?
Americans are not as divided or conservative on immigration as commonly portrayed, says a Tufts professor
Primate researcher Ruth Davis’s death under mysterious circumstances in 1969 is the focus of a new book by Dale Peterson, lecturer in the English department.
Assistant Professor of Earth and Ocean Sciences Andrew Kemp and his colleagues dive into the historical record to recreate a 200-year sea-level history—and predict increased flooding in the 2030s
Tufts associate professor Heather Curtis's new book explores evangelical philanthropy and the fascinating story of the Christian Herald newspaper
Mimir Insights creates researcher database for biotech industries
Summer Scholar Miranda Willson, '17, explores the local impact of a Woburn plant closing
Tufts Podcast Network founders Xander Landen and Cooper McKim lay groundwork for expansion