Heather Urry, professor of psychology, answers questions about worry and fear—and what we can do to help
With a $16 million DARPA grant, scientists will collaborate with two other universities to develop technology for improving healing of serious wounds
The mortal terror that helped our ancestors survive lives on in us, even though the threats they faced are mostly long gone says Michael Romero, professor of biology.
Tufts researchers are part of a team whose finding upends how astronomers think about structural formation of galaxies
Tufts University-led team of biologists discovers neurotransmitter signals guide migration of immune cells to infection sites
Sara Lewis, professor of biology, is leading a team trying to better understand the threats faced by fireflies.
Australian wildfires have created dangerous stress for wildlife, a harbinger for increasing pressures on animals due to climate change says Michael Romero, professor of biology
In a new book, political scientist Eitan Hersh says that the way to influence people and win elections is to take action locally
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.