Winners chosen for the 2018 Gordon Institute $100k New Ventures competition

The winners of the Tufts Gordon Institute’s annual $100k New Ventures Competition were chosen last night, from 18 finalists competing in three tracks, as part of a two-day event intended to promote entrepreneurial advancement at Tufts. Tufts-affiliated companies ZwitterCo and Ginger Time were the joint winners in the General/High-Tech track. ZwitterCo, which markets itself as a company that produces nanofiltration membranes […]

Tufts seeks revenge against fourth-ranked Wesleyan

The Tufts men’s lacrosse team will face off against Wesleyan at Bello Field on Saturday for the teams’ first matchup of the 2018 season. Last year, the team from Middletown, Conn. defeated the Jumbos three times. With Tufts (8–0) currently ranked third in Div. III and Wesleyan (8–1) right behind them at No. 4, the game is bound to be neck-and-neck. The […]

Art and augmented reality: Q&A with Cuseum founder Brendan Ciecko

On March 18, 1990, 13 highly valuable paintings were stolen from the frames of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in what remains the largest unsolved art theft in history. While the paintings still remain at large, Boston museum tech company Cuseum has offered an interesting fix using augmented reality technology. In a project called […]

New summer programs provide more research opportunities for undergraduates

Tufts prides itself on being a distinguished research university, providing students with opportunities to apply what they have learned in the classroom to the real world. This year, in addition to the already established university-wide Summer Scholars program, a few new programs have been created to further this tradition. These programs are the Visiting and […]