Tufts in the News

Nov 19, 2015
Evolution Is Finally Winning Out Over Creationism
Philosopher Daniel Dennett says that the internet is partially responsible for declining religious participation among young people.
Nov 19, 2015
Researchers Aim to Teach Robots How and When to Say 'No' to Humans
A Tufts lab is developing robot technology that will be fit with a moral compass.
Nov 18, 2015
Brain zaps could boost our minds when computers see us flagging
This is a profile of computer scientist Robert Jacobs's work on robots and mental fatigue.
Oct 7, 2015
Universities Power Up For Public Service
Forbes highlights Tufts' and Tisch College's work building active citizens, through programs like the 1+4 public service gap year.

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In Brief

Comprehensive international medical insurance is now offered to all faculty, staff and students on university-related business
Well-rested adults tend to eat better, a study by a Friedman school student finds


Pat Norton, who has nearly 20 years of coaching experience, was hired as the next head coach of the Tufts men's hockey program

The #3 Tufts women's basketball team pulled off a 71-43 victory over Eastern Connecticut State University on Tuesday