Tufts in the News

Oct 20, 2016
Army and Tufts study how people think, respond under stress
Tufts and the U.S. Army have co-founded the Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences, which opened on Oct. 18.
Oct 20, 2016
Record low share of young people plan to vote Republican this November
This opinion piece references a recent CIRCLE survey that found Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads among young voters.
Oct 20, 2016
Poor Diet Is The Greatest Risk To Worldwide Health, Report Says
Nutrition expert Patrick Webb co-wrote a report that found poor diets pose a greater “health risk than unsafe sex, alcohol, drugs and tobacco use combined.”
Oct 20, 2016
The next frontier in medical sensing: Threads coated in nanomaterials
Sameer Sonkusale from the School of Engineering writes about newly developed smart threads that can be stitched into body tissue to gather real-time diagnostic data.

Ask the Expert

Cassandra Suarez, N16, a registered dietician, says it's more than about surface appearance
Paul D. Lehrman, a lecturer in music and director of the music engineering minor program, weighs in on the debate

In Brief

A month-long camp at Tufts combines remediation with inspiration
Some obese people show little evidence of diseases linked to unhealthy diets


The men's soccer team received goals from five different players in a 5-1 win over  as the Keene State

Tufts volleyball players McKenzie Humann and Brigid Bell combined for 20 kills to lead Tufts to a 3-1 win over Wellesley College