Johns Hopkins engineers have invented a lab device to give cancer researchers an unprecedented microscopic look at metastasis, the complex way that tumor cells spread through the body, causing more than 90 percent of cancer-related deaths
When studying extremely fast reactions in ultrathin materials, two measurements are better than one. A new research tool invented by researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) captures information about both temperature and crystal structure during extremely fast reactions in thin-film materials.
Please join us in congratulating Professors Michael Falk (MS&E) and Michael Shields (CE) on their National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant, which was awarded on September 15, 2014.
Jun Ding, a PhD student working with Prof. Evan Ma, has demonstrated a structure-property correlation in metallic amorphous solids. This was achieved in collaboration with Prof. Michael Falk’s group in our department. Their findings were recently published in the Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Gregory Wiedman, Robert Ireland, Nuala Del Piccolo, and Anindya Roy will provide undergraduates with an introduction to cutting-edge engineering research and demonstrate how that research impacts society.
Robert Ireland attended the Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Dawnielle Farrar-Gaines has been selected as the recipient of a Technical Innovation-Industry award from the 2014 Women of Color Technology Awards.
Professor Evan Ma has been recognized by Thomson Reuters as one of the most highly cited materials scientists of the last decade.
Aezon Health, a team comprising 19 undergraduates from Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering and Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, has been selected as one of 10 teams in the final round of the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE competition.