CBS Baltimore (WJZ-TV 13) reported on a JHU team’s design of a new, improved suit intended to protect health care workers caring for patients with Ebola. The design won an international competition staged by the USAID. Learn more here.
NPR reported that the winning design in USAID’s recent Ebola Grand Challenge came from a team of more than 80 researchers and students at Johns Hopkins, beating out 1,500 other entries. Learn more here.
Fast Company reported on the JHU team’s design of a new “breakaway” Ebola suit that was among the winners in an international competition through USAID. Read the story and see the video here.
WBAL-TV 11 reported that a suit aimed at better protecting health care workers caring for patients with Ebola and designed by a Johns Hopkins team was selected as a winning design in USAID’s global competition. View and read the complete story here.
Professor Youseph Yazdi, director of the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design in the Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, tells us how he and his team have tried to improve the design of the Ebola protective suit. Listen here.
They may just be learning how to read and do basic math, but the 27 first-graders in Amy Wood’s class at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School took to a lesson in computer coding like the proverbial ducks to water. “I get it! I know how to do all of this!” shouted one little girl, leaping out […]
Cities such as Miami are all too familiar with hurricane-related power outages. But a Johns Hopkins University analysis finds climate change will give other major metropolitan areas a lot to worry about in the future. Johns Hopkins engineers created a computer model to predict the increasing vulnerability of power grids in major coastal cities during […]
The Washington Post reported that USAID selected a protective suit designed by a Johns Hopkins team as one of the winners in a global competition for solutions to increase the protection and comfort of front-line workers battling Ebola. Read the complete story here.