Hailed as the “father of medical robotics,”Russ Taylor marries man and machine to push the boundaries of medicine. With a…
Fueling Maryland’s Growth By the early 1900s, Baltimore was thriving—with great rail connections, unmatched port facilities, and a growing workforce….
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.
By cultivating cancer cells in a 3D environment, Denis Wirtz and colleagues are finding new clues to metastasis—and better strategies for preventing cancer’s deadly spread.
Using an array of sophisticated new analytical tools, Whiting School engineers are pushing to build better blast walls, buildings, and body armor.
A new, high-tech video display in the Brody Learning Commons could change the way students learn, teachers teach, and researchers work.
From cockroaches to fruit flies, from moths to DNA strands, next-gen robots are finding inspiration in living things to navigate faster, maneuver better, and self-replicate with dizzying speed.