News & Articles

ClearGuide Medical receives $1.5 million NIH award

April 16, 2015

The National Institutes of Health have awarded ClearGuide Medical, a tech startup co-founded by Department of Computer Science Chair Gregory D. Hager, a two-year, $1.5 million SBIR Phase II award. ClearGuide offers groundbreaking software that enables doctors and technicians to perform far more accurate ultrasound-guided procedures, such as needle biopsies. The NIH-funded project provides a new feedback […]

Read More

HEMI Mach conference grows in third year

April 14, 2015

The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute hosted the third annual Mach Conference April 8 through 10 in Annapolis, Maryland. More than 200 attendees took part in 112 session presentations and 45 academic poster presentations.  The event also included five distinguished plenary speakers. Read more about the event here.

Read More

CLE’s Keith Quesenberry quoted in Yahoo Finance article about storytelling in business

April 13, 2015

It’s one of the biggest buzzwords in business—storytelling—and it’s how savvy companies are satisfying the public’s never-ending hunger for content. With compelling characters, relatable plots and, most important, authenticity, these innovators are connecting with consumers, colleagues and investors on an emotional level. “We keep rediscovering and have to remind ourselves of the power of stories […]

Read More

gradcaps photo

Details for 2015 graduation ceremonies now available

April 2, 2015

Faculty and students should mark their calendars for three important graduation ceremonies happening in May. Detailed information is available via specific links below. The Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences will hold their first PhD Hooding Ceremony from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, in Shriver Hall. […]

Read More

Civil Engineering’s James Guest receives EMI Leonardo da Vinci Award

April 1, 2015

James Guest, associate professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, has been selected by the Engineering Mechanics Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers as recipient of the 2015 EMI Leonardo da Vinci Award. The award recognizes outstanding young investigators (usually, age 35 and younger) for groundbreaking and promising developments in the field of Engineering […]

Read More

Johns Hopkins researchers partner with Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore to probe mercury levels in dolphins

March 31, 2015

Johns Hopkins environmental scientists are collaborating with researchers from Dolphin Island at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, to learn more about how and where mercury accumulates in the bodies of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins. The partnership was formed because aquariums and zoological institutions are uniquely qualified to conduct research that involves aquatic animals in their care in […]

Read More

Back to top