Jun Ding, a former Ph.D. student in Dr. Evan Ma’s research lab, has received an Acta Student Award.
Johns Hopkins engineers have developed the first self-healing, printable, and flexible organic field effect transistor (OFET).
Using a novel processing technique, Johns Hopkins engineers have fabricated the first bicontinuous metal-metal nanocomposite.
Dr. Hai-Quan Mao, Dr. Patricia McGuiggan, and Dr. Peter Searson are among the recipients for the inaugural Johns Hopkins University Discovery Awards program.
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering welcomes Dr. Ken Livi as the Director of the Materials Characterization and Processing Facility (MCP).
Health care workers who treat tuberculosis in developing nations diagnose the disease through an observation test. They smear a sample of sputum onto a glass slide, add a staining agent, and then count the visible bacteria under a microscope. The test is simple, cheap—and has not changed for more than 100 years.
Five thousand years after the first metallurgists melded copper and arsenic to kick off the Bronze Age, Evan Ma, professor of materials science and engineering, is on a fascinating quest to re-engineer the internal atomic architecture that metals are made of.