November 18, 2009

The Mystery of Memory

Neuroscientist Leon Reijmers is pioneering ingenious techniques to study how the brain remembers—and how it forgets

Builders Behind the Research

The machine shop at the Science and Technology Center has seen its share of changes over the decades, but its mission—to turn scientific musings into workable experiments—is as vital as ever

Sins of the Mothers

Opiate use during adolescence has long-term consequences for a user’s offspring, says a researcher on the genetics of addiction

Texas Grit

After years of hopping from one passion to the next, Dreama Sloan-Kelly, M02, has found her niche combining business and medicine


The Kindest Cut

A Bengal tiger is one of the first to undergo minimally invasive spaying at the Foster Hospital in Grafton

Twin Peaks

Field Hockey and Volleyball advance in NCAA Division III Championships

Tracking a Lethal Lung Illness

Tufts researchers at Baystate Medical Center win grant to study treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the nation’s fourth leading cause of death

Deadly Connections

Study finds that older patients with dementia are at increased risk of dying from the flu