January 20, 2010

Breathing Easier

Research at the Cummings School offers hope for innovative treatments for emphysema

Tufts Alum Wins U.S. Senate Bid

Mass. State Sen. Scott Brown, a 1981 Tufts graduate, wins special election to serve the remainder of Ted Kennedy’s term in the U.S. Senate

Winning Hearts and Minds

From the Philippines to Afghanistan, the U.S. has a long history of using development as a foreign policy tool

Behind the Mask of Parkinson’s

Researchers explore the communications hurdles faced by those with the disease and how they can be overcome

Lessons in Black and White

Nonverbal communication of racial bias on popular TV shows can influence viewers’ bias, researchers say


Tipping the Scales

Restaurant foods and frozen meals contain more calories than they claim, study finds

Biology Goes East

Tufts’ biology department has been tapped to help modernize curriculum and teaching at Hanoi University of Science

Award-winning Cummings Campus Center

Veterinary school hub recognized for excellence in renovation

Drug Development Still Under Stress

Pharmaceutical companies have increased efficiency, but still face pressures as more medicine patents expire

From the Lab to the Patient

A Tufts institute helps researchers translate their discoveries into better health outcomes