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Johns Hopkins offers online master’s degree in applied biomedical engineering

June 30, 2015

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, a division of the JHU’s Whiting School of Engineering that administers part-time and online graduate programs, has announced that students can now complete its Applied Biomedical Engineering program online. “The online program is identical to the face-to-face program, from the modern courses it offers, to the expert Johns Hopkins instructors […]

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Catalyst Awards granted to early-career researchers

June 26, 2015

Thirty-seven early-career Johns Hopkins faculty members have been chosen to receive up to $75,000 from the university’s new Catalyst Awards program to pursue their research and creative endeavors. Six of these promising researchers are associated with the Whiting School.  JHU President Ronald J. Daniels announced the Catalyst Awards program earlier this year along with Provost […]

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Hager named inaugural Mandell Bellmore Professor

June 23, 2015

Gregory D. Hager, professor and past chair of the Department of Computer Science, has been named the Whiting School’s inaugural Mandell Bellmore Professor. The endowed professorship was created by John Malone, PhD ’69, and is named in honor of Malone’s thesis advisor in the Department of Operations Research. Hager is a leader in the development […]

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Tamper-proof pill bottle could curb prescription painkiller misuse

June 23, 2015

You can whack it with a hammer, attack it with a drill, even stab it with a screwdriver. But try as you might, you won’t be able to tamper with a high-tech pill dispenser designed by mechanical engineering students at Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering. Which is exactly the point. The U.S. Centers […]

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Johns Hopkins Applied Math students a hit with Minor League Baseball schedulers

June 16, 2015

With the help of some Johns Hopkins University applied math students, Minor League Baseball is catching up with the majors in using computers to produce its game schedules. Doing away with the tedious and more time-consuming method of developing schedules by hand, the students and their professors used complicated mathematical formulas to coax computers into […]

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