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Tufts University to Remove Sackler Name from Medical School Facilities and Programs
University will create endowment to support prevention and treatment of substance abuse and addiction
Every week there are numerous scientific studies published. Here’s a look at some of the more interesting ones.
Syngene Sponsors Tufts Launchpad | BioLabs To Support Biomedical Innovation in Boston
Maryland, MD: Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, is pleased to announce it has entered a sponsorship agreement with Tufts Launchpad | BioLabs developed by Tufts University to be Boston’s premier fully equipped, co-working and shared lab space for biotech start-ups.
The Opioid Spoon Project Names Tufts University As First Recipient Of Their Virtual Spoon Drop Campaign Launch
Tufts University receives The Opioid Spoon Project's signature Opioid Spoon, "Virtually," for their on-going financial relationship with the founders of Purdue Pharmaceuticals
Falsified Data Forces Duke to Pay $112 Million Settlement, Other Universities Under Scrutiny as Well
3/26/2019Duke University has agreed to pay the U.S. government more than $112 million to settle allegations that a university-associated researcher falsified claims in order to obtain funding from the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies.
Brain plasticity refers to the brain’s ability to change throughout life. When young, the brain is highly plastic, but becomes less so as we age. Too much plasticity can be a problem, but it's necessary for the brain’s ability to repair itself or reorganize itself after injury or when learning ne...
What did Dr. Victor Frankenstein use to bring his “monster” to life? Electricity. And as much as that seemed far-fetched when Mary Shelley wrote the novel in 1818, the use of electrical devices and electricity to treat diseases has advanced significantly—and continues to advance.
Diet Sodas Might Not Raise Diabetes Risk, Tufts University Study
PAVmed Partners With Harvard, Tufts University To Develop Revolutionary Ear Device
This Smart Surgical Thread Collects Data As Wounds Are Healing, Tufts University Study
New Invention: "Smart" Thread That Collects Diagnostic Data When Sutured Into Tissue, Tufts University Researchers Reveal
Little To No Association Between Butter Consumption And Chronic Disease Or Total Mortality, Tufts University Study
Consumption Of Omega-3s Linked To Lower Risk Of Fatal Heart Disease, Tufts University Study
Tufts University Scientists Have Found A Way To Keep Fruit Fresh Without A Refrigerator
Full-Fat Dairy Foods May Cut Obesity And Diabetes Risk, Tufts University Study
New Brain Tech Speeds Up Learning By Reading Your Mind, Tufts University Study
Tufts University Study Shows Zinc Supplement Boosted Serum Zinc Levels And Immunity In Older Adults
Tufts University Release: High Folic Acid Intake In Aged Mice Causes A Lowered Immune Response
Walking Faster Or Longer Good For Seniors, Tufts University Study
Coconut Oil May Combat Deadly Bloodstream Infection, Tufts University Study