The Pandemic Data Initiative launched last spring to spotlight systemic deficiencies in the collecting and reporting of pandemic data, examine how those challenges hinder COVID-19 responses, and explore possible solutions to improve public data.
ARCH (Advanced Research Computing at Hopkins) has transformed into an expanded facility designed to sustain advanced and data-intensive computing growth, and enable innovative, dynamic, and life-improving computational discoveries.
Three Whiting School of Engineering affiliates are inaugural winners of prizes established to honor the legacy of renowned condensed matter and statistical physicist Mark O. Robbins, who died in 2020.
A team of Johns Hopkins University students took home second place at the 2021 U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition, held virtually June 2–11.
The Ralph S. O’Connor Sustainable Energy Institute will serve as a catalyst for activities focused on developing and translating sustainable energy technologies, educating future energy leaders, and helping create an affordable, scalable, and equitable green energy future for a more resilient world.
A group of Johns Hopkins engineering students created a series of short videos designed to stimulate Baltimore City Schools students’ interest in studying science, technology, engineering, and math topics.
Graduate research assistant Ryan Weeks was shocked by how much energy could be saved with only minor adjustments to lab procedures after he brought the My Green Lab sustainability certification program to the lab of Marc Ostermeier.
Three members of the Whiting School’s faculty were elected as fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, a distinction that recognizes and honors creators of outstanding inventions that have made a difference in society.
The “Recycling for Sustainability” course focuses on recycling’s role in our strategies for material selection and product design for a sustainable future.