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Tufts University to add new online Master’s in Data Science and Post Baccalaureate in Computer Science
Tufts University to provide free COVID-19 testing for abutters
New analysis explores risks, benefits of ranked-choice voting in Massachusetts
Talloires Network of Engaged Universities Celeberates its 15th Anniversary
Some but not all U.S. metro areas could grow all needed food locally, estimates study
BrainGate Inc., owner of brain-computer interface technologies, donated to Tufts University
Boeing Appoints Dandridge to Lead Communications
Warning witnesses of possibility of misinformation helps protect their memory accuracy
Tufts University awards COVID-19 emergency response grants to local non-profits
Confused by whole grain labels on food packaging? Study finds you’re not alone
Researchers discover sex-specific differences in neural mechanisms for glucose regulation
New analysis examines major differences in Massachusetts Legislature’s police reform bills
New cell profiling method could speed TB drug discovery
Call to action for stronger, better-funded federal nutrition research
Only 57 percent of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine
New poll: Young people energized for unprecedented 2020 election
Two-thirds of African Americans know someone mistreated by police, and 22% report mistreatment in past year
Multi-ethnic study suggests vitamin K may offer protective health benefits in older age
Study: National calorie menu labeling law will add years of healthy living, save billions
New report proposes creative ways for Massachusetts to provide economic aid
Refugee children get better health, nutrition via e-vouchers
New smart fabrics from bioactive inks monitor body and environment by changing color
Tufts University School of Medicine launches accelerated hybrid physical therapy program
Virtual art gallery showcases up-and-coming artists
Cervical precancer identified with fluorescence, in a step toward bedside detection
Tufts University employee grant program helps local community organizations across Greater Boston
Exclusive research: Where youth vote could matter most in 2020
New Report: Massachusetts elections in shadow of COVID-19
More berries, apples and tea may have protective benefits against Alzheimer’s
As Massachusetts prepares to re-open, a new analysis examines risks, rewards of “Test and Trace”
Open Society University Network and Talloires Network Launch COV-AID
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University sends personal protective equipment, ventilators and other medical supplies to area healthcare…
COVID-19 crisis estimated to impact Massachusetts state finances
Heart attack on a chip: scientists model conditions of ischemia on a microfluidic device
National study finds diets remain poor for most American children; disparities persist
Exclusive Analysis: Super Tuesday shakes up race, youth continue to support Sanders
Federally protected lands reduce habitat loss and protect endangered species, study finds
Sugary drinks a sour choice for adults trying to maintain normal cholesterol levels
Exclusive Analysis: In Nevada, young people once again force behind Sanders’s victory
Exclusive Polling: Ahead of Super Tuesday, Texans Under 40 Favor Sanders, Biden and Warren
Exclusive Analysis: Young people propel Sanders to victory in New Hampshire primary
Exclusive Analysis: Young people energized, make a difference in Iowa
Brain links to embryonic immunity, guiding response of “troops” that battle infections
Lights out? Fireflies face extinction threats of habitat loss, light pollution, pesticides
On menu: Study says dining out is a recipe for unhealthy eating for most Americans
Exclusive Polling: Iowa Youth Poised for Historic Caucus Turnout
Medford and Somerville high school basketball teams to renew rivalry at 2020 Tufts Classic
Researchers mold silk into wide range of products