Tracking Trouble in Paradise
One of the most picturesque places in the world has a water problem. A group of graduate researchers is doing something about it.
An Interdisciplinary Incubator
By focusing on how animals move, a group of Tufts researchers are changing how we think about (and may one day build) robots.
At the Movies
Jennifer DiCorcia, a psychology graduate student, is exploring how children are affected by their favorite movies.
Tufts child development Professor Marina Bers and her graduate student researchers are bringing together everyone from organ transplant recipients to children in after-school programs through Zora, a web-based virtual community.
The Politics of Identity
History graduate student Neilesh Bose is interested in how people develop a group identity. It's an interest that has taken him around the globe.
Small Science, Big Results
With the help of eight graduate student researchers and a chemistry professor dedicated to developing the whole student, one Tufts lab is changing the way scientists approach everything from asthma to landmine detection.
Tufts biology Professor Philip Starks and his graduate student researchers are uncovering the secret lives of honeybees and paper wasps.