Researchers at the Tufts University have developed a chip-sized terahertz modulator. This may pave the way for expanding the utilization of terahertz band of frequencies for faster and wider data transmission.
Material Science January 25, 2017
Tufts University engineers have created programmable silk-based materials with embedded, pre-designed functions for biological, chemical and optical roles. This paves way for many new medical applications as in a surgical pin that changes color upon reaching mechanical limits and is about to fail.
Material Science January 1, 2017
How do male fireflies attract mates? They present 'wedding gifts,' the contents of which have been analyzed for the first time by researchers from Tufts Univeristy and MIT.
Animals December 28, 2016
Researchers at Tufts University are developing robots that can defy orders, depending on the perceived level of authority of the person giving the command, or it it puts the robot in a dangerous situation — which, in a way, helps it to develop a sense of trust.
FUTURE TECH November 25, 2015
Using human reconstructive surgery techniques, one vet was able to give a labrador his face back after a debilitating accident.
Healthy Living/Wellness October 27, 2015
Latest study conducted by the United States government has found that the consumption of calories among average Americans have significantly dropped in previous years, suggesting that the decline in public health initially observed during the late 1970s have now started to stabilize.
Life July 27, 2015
A computer scientist at Tufts University has hacked his typewriter to turn it into a mechanical printer. Better yet, the keystrokes play percussive music while printing out a document.
Gadgets June 29, 2015
Researchers show that bioactive silk inks can be used for printing, unraveling a range of bio-sensing applications to aid in addressing health needs, among others.
June 23, 2015