FastForward 1812 is the latest addition to a rapidly growing and increasingly vibrant startup scene that is helping to bring life-changing products, services, and technologies to market—and to revitalize Baltimore’s economy.
Producing drugs in living systems has given new hope for treating diseases for which there were previously no effective therapies.
Recent awards and honors earned by Whiting School of Engineering researchers.
The Kata Therapeutic Table will allow students, faculty members, and staff members to help Johns Hopkins Hospital patients recover from stroke and brain injury.
Elementary school children in grades three through five across Baltimore City have been receiving specialized instruction in STEM, thanks to a partnership between the city schools and Johns Hopkins’ schools of Engineering and Education
Farhad Pashakhanloo, PhD ’16, spent more than 60 hours creating an image of a human heart, which has been chosen to grace the cover of Nature Reviews Cardiology every month for the next year.
Jay Gould, a professor of photography at MICA, traded his Mount Vernon studio for space in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Malone Hall as the first Artist in Residence for the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute.
Professors Sharon Gerecht and Hai-Quan Mao have assumed leadership of Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for NanoBioTechnology, succeeding Peter Searson and Denis Wirtz.
Johns Hopkins University has created a new academic department devoted to tackling environmental issues and their impact on public health.