January 14, 2009

Grow Your Own

Michael Levin, A92, studies the mechanisms that enable living things to develop and repair themselves, which could affect treatments for everything from loss of body parts to cancer

Brewing Revolution

Historian Benjamin Carp’s latest project is a book on the Boston Tea Party, and he’s taking a global perspective

Smoke Screens

In starring roles or cameos, cigarettes make frequent appearances in movies. What does it mean for the young people who watch?

Parting View from the Hill

Felipe Fernández-Armesto takes a farewell look from the Tufts campus

Looking for Normal in Timbuktu

Wanting more than a desk job in international development, Racey Bingham, N07, F07, found what she was looking for in West Africa


Ahead of the Electric Car Curve

Technology developed at Tufts a decade ago to increase hybrid vehicle battery life is now licensed for commercial production

Building Stronger Bones

Adding bicarbonate to your diet through fruits and vegetables leads to greater bone density, according to new study

An Outstanding Value

Tufts University lands at #19 on Kiplinger’s list of best values in private universities