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Tufts University

Private research university in medford/somerville, massachusetts

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Science X staff
June 24, 2021
phys.org
Researchers at Tufts University, University College London (UCL), Cambridge University and University of California at Santa Barbara have demonstrated that a catalyst can indeed be an agent of change. In a study published today in Science, they used quantum chemical simulations run on supercomputers to predict a new catalyst architecture as well as its interactions with certain chemicals, and demonstrated in practice its ability to produce propylene--currently in short supply--which is critically needed in the manufacture of plastics, fabrics and other chemicals. The improvements have potential for highly efficient, "greener" chemistry with a lower carbon footprint.
Shoshi Parks
May 21, 2021
Business Insider
Animal nutrition experts told us what to look for in a great cat food. Here are 23 of the best cat foods, including dry, wet, organic, and LID food.
Science X staff
May 14, 2021
phys.org
The mysteries of sexual attraction just became a little less mysterious--at least for moths. A team of six American and European research groups including Tufts University has discovered which gene expressed in the brain of the male European corn borer moth controls his preference for the sex pheromone produced by females. This complements a previous study on the gene expressed in the female pheromone gland that dictates the type of blend she emits to attract males. The study was reported today in Nature Communications.
BioSpace
May 10, 2021
BioSpace
MANA Therapeutics, a clinical-stage company creating nonengineered, off-the-shelf allogeneic cell therapies that target multiple cancer antigens, today announced the appointment of Arthur (Andy) Hurwitz, Ph.D., t
April 22, 2021
WebWire
American artisan cheese has become increasingly popular over the past few decades. Understanding spoilage concerns and the financial consequences of defects can improve quality, profitability and sustainability in the American artisan cheesemaking industry. In an article appearing in the Journal of Dairy Science ®, published by Elsevier, scientists from Tufts University took the pulse of artisan cheese producers in the United States through an industry survey. The authors of this stud...
Science X staff
April 20, 2021
phys.org
American artisan cheese has become increasingly popular over the past few decades. Understanding spoilage concerns and the financial consequences of defects can improve quality, profitability, and sustainability in the American artisan cheesemaking industry. In an article appearing in the Journal of Dairy Science, scientists from Tufts University took the pulse of artisan cheese producers in the United States through an industry survey.
Luke Dormehl
April 12, 2021
Digital Trends
Scientists at Tufts University have created a strange new hybrid biological/mechanical organism that's made of living cells, but operates like a robot
Stacy Liberatore
March 31, 2021
Mail Online
Stem cells from frog embryos have been transformed into self-healing robots, capable of having memories to recall events that will help researchers make further analyses.
Philip Ball
April 4, 2021
Wired
Embryonic cells can self-assemble into new forms that don't resemble the bodies they usually generate, challenging old ideas of what defines an organism.
Krista Charles
March 31, 2021
New Scientist
Xenobots, named after the frog species Xenopus laevis that the cells come from, were first described last year. Now the team behind the robots has improved their design and demonstrated new capabilities
Bhaskar Chakravorti
February 25, 2021
Harvard Business Review
A new study maps attitudes, behaviors, environment, and user experience across 42 economies.
Amirah Al Idrus
December 10, 2020
FierceBiotech
Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine is one step closer to an emergency nod after an expert panel voted in favor of its emergency use Thursday evening. The Vaccines and Related Biologics Products Advisory Committee voted 17-4, with one panel member abstaining, that the benefits of the vaccine outweighed its risks for use in people 16 and older.
John L. Dorman
November 22, 2020
Business Insider
One data set said 52% to 55% of eligible voters under the age of 30 cast ballots in 2020, up from roughly 42% to 44% of voters who voted in 2016.
Whittier Street Health Center
November 20, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Roxbury's Whittier Street Health Center (WSHC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Stephen Wright to the position of Medical Director...
Joe O'Connor
October 14, 2020
Financial Post
NHL must buckle up and get creative with sponsors, advertisers and fans to bring hockey back to its financial happy place
Jillian Kramer
July 3, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Evelyn Lamb
May 23, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
This mathematician turns her research into fashion and toys
Bhaskar Chakravorti
April 29, 2020
Harvard Business Review
Researchers examined the digital infrastructure in 42 countries.
Robin Lloyd
April 24, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
Pandemic news highlights for the week
Erin Tiernan, Mary Markos
March 24, 2020
Boston Herald
Proposed mortgage and rent moratoriums could "cushion the blow" for people struggling to make ends meet amid unprecedented layoffs, but Tufts University economist Michael Klein says it will do little to stimulate an economy that is dangerously slowing under pandemic shutdowns.
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