In the World

Abraham “Linc” Sonenshein
January 20, 2011
In a boon to poorer countries, researchers create new ways to store and deliver life-saving inoculations

Since the advent of vaccines, childhood mortality has declined dramatically in industrialized nations, but not in many other parts of the world....

Pelicans on the Gulf Coast
January 11, 2011 Large Image
What veterinarians are learning about rescuing wildlife trapped in our oily messes

On a sunny morning in mid-August, about 50 miles from the source of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, a fishing boat commandeered for...

William Masters
January 11, 2011 Large Image
William Masters uses economic theory to improve agriculture and diet in Africa

You walk into a grocery store and are presented with a choice: Do you pick the $5 box of heavily advertised cereal or the no-name brand with the $...

December 9, 2010 Large Image
17 Tufts Graduates Win Fulbright Awards

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Tufts University is among the country's top producers of Fulbright scholarship winners for 2010-...

November 30, 2010 Large Image
University of Oxford Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Geneticist Will Succeed Lawrence S. Bacow in Summer 2011

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Anthony P. Monaco, M.D., Ph.D., pro-vice-chancellor for planning and resources at the University of...