Through advances in biomaterials, stem cell science, and more, researchers are moving tantalizingly close to regenerating damaged body parts, creating new organs, and equipping our existing tissues to fight off debilitating diseases.
Johns Hopkins researchers are on a mission to create and implement scalable, renewable energy technologies. There’s no time to waste.
Through his many advances in microfluidics, Jeff Wang is making it quicker, easier, and cheaper for clinicians to identify infectious pathogens and diagnose diseases earlier.
Like hundreds of students at Johns Hopkins who contend with disabilities, Isaac Diaz refuses to be defined by his challenges. Find out what steps the university is taking to help him and others flourish.
Those with spinal cord injuries are often plagued by pain and paralysis. An ultra-high-tech spinal implant being developed by Johns Hopkins engineers could dramatically improve that bleak reality—and transform clinical medicine.
Flexibility and fortitude are the name of the game as faculty and students adjust to learning in the age of COVID-19.
Find out how Johns Hopkins engineers are collaborating to lay the groundwork for a happier, healthier old age.
In his latest book, data scientist Howard Friedman raises some hard questions as he examines the many ways we assign value to human life—making some peoples’ lives worth more than others.
In the highly abstract world of network analysis, Carey Priebe stands out for his prowess in tackling real-world problems—from human trafficking to corporate fraud.