May 6, 2009

Wind Power Arising

Tufts engineers are studying ways to locate and build offshore wind turbines for maximum energy output while keeping costs down

Food Smarts

Carbs, proteins and fats all affect the brain in different ways at different times of the day, leading researchers to wonder if how we think is a function of what we eat

Boundary-Crossing Music

Audio With roots in Syria and the United States, Kareem Roustom brings his musical vision to films, the concert hall—and Grammy winners

The Joke Is The Message

Chip Gidney analyzes cartoons for clues about what humor children understand and what it says about their developing minds

Doing Right by Doing Good

In its first year, a program that helps Tufts graduates working in the nonprofit and public sectors pay off their student loans is making its mark


A Solar House for the Ages

Tufts students and faculty are part of Team Boston, one of 20 international groups competing to design and build the ultimate sustainable home

Books (and CDs) of the Year

Highlights from A&S authors and musicians range from Japanese culture to economics to Charles Ives

An Honor from Abroad

Emese Soos is given tribute by the French government

Fostering a Global Approach to Health Care

Medical school names new dean of multicultural affairs