A multi-institution team led by Tufts University has received a five-year, $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to develop meat produced not from farm animals, but from cells grown in bioreactors. It’s the first such...
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A new identity center to serve Indigenous and Native American students at Tufts will open to the community later this academic year.
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Adriana Zavala is a professor in the Tufts University Department of the History of Art and Architecture, and though her academic work has long focused on Mexican art, she has expanded it to include Latinx art in the U.S. Zavala is working to...
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Voter turnout among college students jumped to 66% in the 2020 presidential election, building on the momentum swing of the 2018 midterms, according to a report released today by the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education (IDHE) at Tufts...
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Systematic review highlights the vulnerability of coffee quality to environmental shifts associated with climate change and practices to mitigate the effects. Findings have implications for farmer livelihoods, consumer sensory experiences, and...
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Food Compass, a new nutrient profiling system, rates the healthfulness of foods, beverages, and mixed meals on a score of 1-100 based on a wide range of science-based attributes. This adaptable tool aims to encourage healthier choices, spur industry...
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A new study led by Tufts researchers pools data and expertise from EMS, public health officials, and academics to analyze and map opioid-related incidents in Lowell, Mass. The study identifies areas with the highest risk of overdose and supports...
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Tufts University Receives $25 Million Challenge Grant from Schuler Education Foundation to Increase Number of Pell Grant-Eligible Students and Students with Undocumented Status
Tufts University has received a $25 million challenge grant from the Schuler Education Foundation, co-founded by Tufts alumni Jack Schuler and his daughter, Tanya Schuler Sharman, to expand its financial aid support of low-income students, including...
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The 30 gigawatts of offshore wind farms that is proposed under a new Biden administration plan will be essential for curbing climate change, said Tufts expert Eric Hines. It will also be a key step in modernizing the national power grid toward more...
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Dr. Erika Werner of Tufts University School of Medicine and Tufts Medical Center on why pregnant women are more vulnerable to the virus, why she recommends the vaccine, and what she hears from her patients.
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