Tufts in the News

Jul 15, 2015
Microbiologists Hold the Secrets to Making Perfect Cheese
Microbiologist Benjamin Wolfe is using the science behind bacterial pathways to advise cheesemakers, and help them make tastier cheese.
Jun 29, 2015
What happened the last time South Carolina debated the Confederate flag? Hate, but also hope
Dean James Glaser of the School of Arts & Sciences co-authors this piece on the history of the controversy surrounding the Confederate flag in South Carolina.
Jun 23, 2015
Why it’s now time to take down a symbol of white supremacy
History Professor Peniel Joseph explains why it is past time to lower the Confederate Flag in South Carolina.
Jun 18, 2015
Inkjet printing with silk used to create bacteria-sensing gloves
Tufts engineers at Fiorenzo Omenetto's laboratory are doing innovative work with silk-based inks, which have a number of life-saving applications.

Ask the Expert

Erik von Hahn, an associate clinical professor at Tufts medical school who specializes in developmental-behavioral pediatrics, says there are options for controlling attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Elizabeth Rozanski, an emergency and critical care veterinarian at Cummings School, offers her advice for keeping your dog safe

In Brief

Now in its eighth year, the program helps alumni working in the public and nonprofit sectors
Alliance with the Atlantic Council will further expand both institutions’ international missions


A reorganization of the coaching staff of the men's and women's swimming and diving programs will begin this fall