Understanding how the Xenobots work could help researchers understand formation of organs for regenerative medicine
Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development Ranked 3rd in North America of 50 Ph.D. Granting Programs
A new study published in Family Science Review finds that the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development is one of the top 3 programs in North America for research productivity and industriousness when controlling for the size of the faculty.
The funding kickstarts T-TRIPODS Institute, a university initiative focused on broadening data science methods and how they apply to diverse fields
Gregory Crane, professor of classical studies and computer science at Tufts, recently won a large grant to further his work digitizing ancient literature in multiple languages
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.
With so many advantages and strengths, the U.S. towers over its rivals worldwide, despite misperceptions of the threats from China and Russia, says Michael Beckley, associate professor of political science
Susan Napier, the Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric in International Literary and Cultural Studies, discusses what distinguishes the Japanese style of animation
Researchers at Tufts’ Laboratory for Living Devices link materials like silk and paper with technology, medicine, and diagnostics
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.
Heather Curtis, associate professor, Department of Religion, writes this piece for The Conversation on early American evangelical movements and philanthropy