The creature in Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel is almost human—and a reminder for us of what it means to be alive
The bachelor’s program starting this fall offers training for students in rapidly growing field
Afghan native Abuzar Royesh, A16, receives funding for graduate degree at Stanford, hoping to reform governance in his home country
Tracking influenza’s origins in the animals around us
This year, Tufts University School of Medicine celebrates a century-and-a-quarter of medical excellence. To mark the anniversary, we highlight just some of the discoveries, pioneers, and innovations at the heart of our school.
Over a century and a half, the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine has helped the profession grow, conducted research that has opened new frontiers, and extended opportunities to generations of students. All the while, we’ve never lost our focus on clinical excellence and improving the lives of our patients.
An in-depth look at a Tufts masterpiece that was lost then found
In the United States and around the world, the Tufts University community is responding to one of the globe’s toughest challenges.
All across the planet, nations are struggling for an answer to the question of what to do with the millions of people fleeing war, persecution, violence, and hunger. No one seems to want this displaced population. That includes the government of Kenya, which after twenty-five years of hosting one of the world’s largest refugee camps is now trying to shut the whole thing down. Under this looming threat, the U.N.’s Denis Alma Kuindje, F07, works to project hope in what just may be a hopeless situation.
An expert in chemical kinetics and reactions, she was both a “chemist’s chemist” and a mentor and friend to her students
Student research on display at Bates-Andrews Day runs the gamut from HPV vaccines to sleep apnea appliances
During the 1920s, Tufts stood nearly alone in opposing the eugenics movement.
How Dr. H. Jack Geiger and Tufts created the country’s first community health centers—and launched a movement.
American families are eating out more than ever, but aren’t always making the healthiest choices. Tufts researchers are working with restaurants and parents to change that.
Ten consequences that we will all have to live with, from lower crop yields to less nutritious food.
A scientist explores how genetics and experience shape the canine mind.
Livelihoods programs promise refugees a path to self-reliance, but how much they can truly help remains an open question.
You can now own a virtual dog, thanks to two Tufts alums.
The trailblazing photographer Elsa Dorfman, J59, finds herself on the other side of the camera in a new documentary.
The paper of record bids farewell to a headline-grabbing Cold War ambassador—eight years late.
The 177,000-square-foot complex is a vision of science at Tufts—world-class yet intimate and friendly. A reflection, in other words, of the university itself.
The goal at CLIC the kind of innovative collaboration that happens when you put departments and thinkers from diverse disciplines together.
Tufts’ new energy plant is a boon for the environment—and the bottom line.