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David Canet has joined Bankwell as vice president, commercial and industrial lending.
The arguments for ditching notes and coins are numerous, and quite convincing. In the US, a study by Tufts University concluded that the cost of using cash amounts to around $200 billion per year - about $637 per person.
Tufts University maintains a wonderful resource consisting of the digitalized Richmond Times Dispatch for the entire civil war years, running from November 1860, just prior to the election of President Lincoln, to April, 1865 and the fall of Richmond.
The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project at Tufts University is looking for a food hub and food access coordinator to organize planning and logistics for operation of a multi-farmer food hub, including a 450-share community-supported agriculture program that provides locally grown produce to customers in the Merrimack Valley and Boston area.
So a Tufts University dean and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers have launched a contest for young people 13 and older to devise apps to deal with global problems such as health care, education and clean energy.
Tufts Technology Services is a university-wide service organization dedicated to the strategic planning, implementation, and support of technology products and services that anticipate and meet the academic, research, and business needs of the Tufts community.
Pulitzer-prize winning historian and author Professor Gordon Wood will speak on the historic pitfalls a new democracy faces, in a talked he calls "Advice to the Egyptians from the Founding Fathers" at Valley Regional High School Auditorium After a revolution overthrows a despotic leader, how do citizens fill the resulting power vacuum with a ... (more)
Scientists at a Boston University have developed a mind-reading headband that will let humans communicate with computers through their thoughts and emotions.
Los Angeles March 7, 2014 - A common skin problem, melasma occurs when brown or gray patches appear on the skin.
Many students and officials have attributed the high number of Tufts volunteers to the focus on service work that is embedded in the university's values.
MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Medford and Somerville children in kindergarten through third grade are invited to attend this year's Kids' Day at Tufts University on Saturday, April 19, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on the Medford/Somerville campus.
Clock confusion will occur again this weekend when daylight saving time gets under way in the United States .
Significance: Understanding more about how the different types of cells in breast tissue develop improves our knowledge of breast cancer.
Justina Pelletier, the sick teenager who for the last year has been the center of a custody tug of war between her parents and the state of Massachusetts, will get treatment with her original doctors at Tufts Medical Center, a family court judge has ruled.
"This is the year to take action on climate change. There are no more excuses," proclaimed Jim Yong Kim, current president of the World Bank, at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos.