Rosalind Rolland, V84, studies right whales, trying to bring them back from the brink of extinction
A Tufts doctoral student looks for clues into honey bee colony declines using hives on the Grafton campus
Scaramucci, A86, A14P, was reportedly offered post this morning
Cummings School’s Kristen Antoon, one of 20 veterinary technicians in the country certified in cardiology, talks about the challenges and rewards of her work
Rising along Boston Avenue is a new hub of science and technology research at Tufts. The Corridor, which runs from Harvard Street up to College Avenue (and even farther when you include the fascinating research being done at 200 Boston Avenue), weaves together existing STEM gems such as the Bray Lab and the Science and Technology Center with the new Science and Engineering Complex and the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex. And keeping it all humming (along with much of the rest of campus) will soon be an efficient new state-of-the-art energy plant.
There’s a disease you’ve never heard of. No one has. It’s so rare it doesn’t have a name. Just fourteen people are believed to have ever carried the gene for it. Five of them are in this 1979 picture of my family (that’s me there in the center, in green). The rest can all also be found on my family tree. The disease has killed many of the people I love and now I’ve got it, too. So my family has decided to put an end to it.
Scientists are stumped by a jump in cases of Powassan virus, a life-threatening tick-borne neurological disease
Inspired by a beloved professor, an interactive map catalogs African-American historical sites at Tufts and nearby