Johns Hopkins plastic surgeons and biomedical engineers have invented a composite material that supports a surgical cavity while encouraging new tissue growth within it. The composite has performed well in small-animal tests.More
JHU and ARL Collaborate to Study Magnesium for Use in Armor Applications
May 27, 2014
Professor Todd Hufnagel designed and led a collaborative effort between JHU and the Army Research Laboratory to study the high-strain rate of magnesium as part of a way to develop new military-grade materials.
- X-rays probe the high-strain rate world of magnesium, a major achievement in studies to create new military-grade materials (May 23, 2014, Army Research Laboratory)