As computing ability jumps by leaps and bounds, researchers wrestle with making the best use—and reuse—of all that data.
For biomedical engineering students working in the world’s poorest regions, necessity is the mother of invention.
When an earthquake strikes, when a hurricane hits, what causes screws to separate from sheets of drywall? Ben Schafer’s “Big Blue Baby” is providing the answers.
Every year, I am invigorated by the energy, dedication, and creativity of our engineering undergraduates here on the Homewood campus.
JHU researchers predict which areas will be without electricity during a storm.
The Open Connectome Project helps scientists understand neurological diseases.
Digital dumping ground, spear phishing, and other engineering terms.
Kathleen Hogan leads $900-million energy efficiency program.
Speech experts lay groundwork for computers to express emotion.
Fluid dynamics shows the random nature of particle movement.
Kalina Hristova probes the mechanics and physics of a cell membrane.
Noah Cowan wins the PECASE Award, and others.
Tiny chemo factories, robot red carpet, and other laboratory notes.
Alum Katie Francis BS ’06 inspects the Washington Monument for damage.
Innovating in Baltimore: Back home, CBID students work with Johns Hopkins clinicians to engineer new tools and methods to improve health care.
A Promising Partnership: The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design joins an international partnership to protect the health of pregnant women and newborns.
JHU-Raytheon partnership graduates first class in unique program.
JHU’s David W. Andrews talks about STEM education.
David Gibbs directs global strategy for KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut.
Shant Kenderian MS, PhD ’02 discusses his book 1001 Nights in Iraq.
Walt Krug looks back at 37 years in the Maryland Hall Machine Shop.
Walter S. Brown anticipates his 86th season as a Blue Jays fan.
WSE welcomes five new faculty members.
Biomedical Engineering celebrates its legacy.