Fifteen students fanned out over the North African country in March to learn more about topics ranging from migration to religion
Book topics range from memory and superpowers to GMOs and microeconomics, plus music, film, art exhibitions and more
A state-of-the-art viewing instrument will help Tufts astronomers seeking to answer the deepest questions in astronomy and physics
After horrifying gun violence, political opinions on the topic become more rigidly divided finds research by Brian Schaffner, Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies
The Digital Collections and Archives has both the university’s archives and collections ranging from broadcast journalism to the arts in Boston
Alex Vilenkin, Leonard and Jane Holmes Bernstein Professor in Evolutionary Science, Department of Physics and Astronomy, is featured in a new film, "Before the Big Bag 9: A Multiverse from 'Nothing,'" part of a series which has featured Stephen Hawking and other leading cosmologists
A new study from Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy Nancy Baker and colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh examines claims that sit-stand desks are better for weight loss and work performance
Roy Desrochers and Amanda Kern from Tufts' Sensory and Science Center describe their research on taste and smell in this video from WCVB Channel 5.
The New York Times profiles A&S faculty members Kendra Field and Kerri Greenidge's African American Trail Project.
Tufts Ph.D. candidate Amanda Strawhacker is helping to develop a tool to foster a love for science, technology, engineering and math in young children