COVID-19 Coverage

Professor Michael Levin is seen through an aquarium filled with frogs. Levin argues that conducting experiments from home could be a useful complement to university labs during a shut-down.
Oct 19, 2020 Large Image
Tufts researchers explore the idea of conducting more experiments from home, with benefits for scientists and society
A pediatrician examines a young boy. Both are wearing face masks. Physicians and dentists say children should still go for checkups, vaccines and teeth cleanings during the pandemic.
Oct 15, 2020 Large Image
Even during a pandemic, checkups, vaccines, and cleanings are as important as ever
A person dressed in personal protective gear walks next to a graveyard in Liberia. Tufts University will head a program that will work with 10 countries in Africa and Asia to halt the spread of emerging viruses that lead to diseases like Ebola and COVID-19.
Oct 7, 2020 Large Image
Tufts will head a global program that aims to stop new viruses from becoming a widespread danger to humans
Natasha Warikoo, professor of sociology at the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts, outlines how COVID-19 has created and highlighted inequities in the K-12 education system.
Oct 6, 2020 Video
Lessons from a Pandemic: Amid COVID-19, sociology professor Natasha Warikoo says educators and parents must keep equity as their focus
When an ecology course had to shift to remote labs, faculty got creative. Botanist George Ellmore sent students kits with seeds. "We’re saying: This is the system you will observe in nature. You tell us what questions you want to ask." Photo: Ingimage
Oct 5, 2020 Large Image
Faculty have transformed Experiments in Ecology amid COVID-19 but continue to provide students with a window into the natural world

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