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Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering Jordan Green named to ‘Brilliant Ten’ list

September 17, 2014

A Johns Hopkins faculty member has made Popular Science’s annual “Brilliant Ten” list, which puts a spotlight on young scientists who are revolutionizing their fields. The magazine honored Jordan Green, an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, as among “the most inspired young scientists and engineers – researchers whose ideas will transform the […]

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Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering program ranked #1 nationally

September 9, 2014

In the 2015 US News and World Report ranking of undergraduate programs, the Whiting School of Engineering’s Biomedical Engineering program retained its #1 ranking—a position it has held as long as US News has ranked the discipline. Overall, the Whiting School of Engineering tied for #15 among engineering schools whose highest degree is a doctorate, and Johns […]

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“Be aware of what you’re putting on your phone,” Matthew Green tells NPR

September 4, 2014

What fills up your iPhone’s photo album? Selfies? Snaps of gourmet meals gone by? Anything you’d rather not mention or moments not meant for the world to see? Then you better know about two factor authentication. That’s the advice JHU information security expert Matthew Green shared during an interview this week on NPR’s All Things […]

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Malone Hall Exterior

Opening of Malone Hall Ushers in a New Era

September 2, 2014

The scientific activity inside Malone Hall, the latest physical addition to the Homewood campus, promises to be staggering in both scale and scope. Within the building’s gleaming walls, Johns Hopkins faculty and students will endeavor to: enhance understanding of how human genes cause disease, protect the Earth from an asteroid collision, safeguard and systematize sensitive […]

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Baltimore Sun: Hopkins Students Invent Method to Treat Battlefield Wounds

September 2, 2014

The Baltimore Sun reported that eight Whiting School of Engineering biomedical engineering students have devised a took that may stop profuse bleeding by injecting polyurethane foam — the kind long used in products such as bedding, furniture and insulation — into those wounded on the battlefield. Read the complete story here.

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El-Awady To Receive ASME’s 2014 Orr Early Career Award

August 28, 2014

Jaafar El-Awady, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been selected by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Materials Division to receive the 2014 Orr Early Career Award. El-Awady will receive the award in a formal presentation at ASME’s Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition in mid-November in Montreal. Established in 2004 by the Orr […]

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