On May 4, 2013, the university launched Rising to the Challenge, a seven-year fundraising effort to further empower the people of Johns Hopkins.
The heart is much more than the sum of its parts. By capturing that complexity, Natalia Trayanova and her lab aim to deliver clinical innovations to transform cardiac care.
By harnessing the power of optics and photonics, Whiting School researchers are pioneering techniques that could advance cancer diagnosis, hydrogen fuel production—and a whole lot more.
As you may already have heard, earlier this spring I announced my decision to step down as the Benjamin T. Rome Dean of the Whiting School of Engineering in order to take on new opportunities and challenges.
A new Johns Hopkins technology accelerator gives startups a boost.
By using swarms of untethered grippers, each as small as a speck of dust, Johns Hopkins engineers have devised a new, more effective way to perform biopsies.
A simple substance comprised of a water-based, three-dimensional network of polymers shows amazing promise for treatment of third-degree burns.
The challenge of scheduling each year’s thousands of professional ballgames is a complex business that one Whiting School researcher is now taking on with the help of students.
Disruptive ideas, findings, and products created by WSE faculty, students, and alumni.
How can we better engineer hospital ICUs to improve safety for patients?
Hopkins engineers have developed a computer algorithm to provide doctors, policymakers, and law enforcement, real-time information about the dangers of new chemical concoctions.
Ari Balogh ’86, MS ’89 oversees data storage, network infrastructure, and cloud computing at Google.
Hopkins researchers seek to engineer a commercially viable, environmentally friendly process to link wastewater treatment and biofuel production.
Research briefs from around the Whiting School.
Engineering terms in the news.
A popular graduate program allows students to explore the connection between applied math and finance.
A rural Ecuadorian village gets a new day care center, thanks to Hopkins students.
Johns Hopkins University leadership and guests gathered in front of Croft Hall to pay tribute to the generosity and philanthropy of L. Gordon Croft ’56.
An online system created by Hopkins BME undergrad Aaron Chang ’14 helps to combat sex trafficking in Baltimore.
From 1984 – 1969, the student-published Vector reflected the tenor of the times.
In his 25 years at the Whiting School, Nicholas P. Jones has transformed the school’s academic programs, research mission, physical campus, and WSE’s role within the university.
A relic of times past, Maryland’s Bloede Dam—the world’s first self-contained, underwater hydroelectric dam—stretches across the Patapsco River in what is now the area’s revered Patapsco State Park. Built in 1907, this dam, a hollow-core concrete structure 230 feet across and more than 30 feet tall, provided power to nearby homes and businesses in the…