Journal Archive > 2008 > February

Features
It may sound like sci-fi, but one day a computer may sense when youíre stressed and tell you to take a break

A protein is shown to control appetite in adult mice, and may affect people too

Tufts replaces student loans with grants for low-income families

Sergei Mirkin helps uncover the genetic mechanisms that can lead to devastating diseases

Researchers use online role-playing games to help model and predict infectious diseases

Global health and water rights issues are the focus of interdisciplinary courses starting in the fall

Briefs
New program to honor staff and faculty contributions

Recent faculty books explore art museums and why enemies are essential

Fund is set up to honor former Catholic chaplain

An ordinary Sunday morning routine turned into a proposal

New food pyramid emphasizes nutrition needs of older adults

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Middle East expert Vali Nasr says itís time for an entirely new policy toward Iran