There’s treasure in all those tweets and Google searches we send out into cyberspace each day, says Mark Dredze.
Why the echolocating brown bat is an ideal model for deciphering the complexities of the way humans perceive sound.
Through their work in hospitals and labs, Johns Hopkins engineering undergrads come up with real-world solutions that are critical to improving patient care.
Meet a cadre of entrepreneurial Johns Hopkins engineers who are at the forefront of commercializing their discoveries.
Who knew that water could be young, old, and in between? Turns out that water’s age can offer insights on everything from purity to climate change.
Thanks to dizzying advances in technology, scientists are poised to unlock the secrets of the genome in an ambitious effort to transform the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
With leaks threatening the books of the 130-year-old George Peabody Library, civil engineer John Matteo and team set out to execute an innovative repair.
As chair of the newly formed Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, Marsha Wills-Karp is bridging disciplines and campuses.
Think today’s computers are smart? Just look at what’s coming. Meet a multinational bullpen of computer scientists who are rapidly bridging the divide between humans and machines.