Features

Winter 2009

Joint Strength

Five years ago, the Whiting School of Engineering and the Applied Physics Laboratory decided to formally combine their research and…

Winter 2009

The Terawatt Challenge

From finding new catalysts for fuel cells to better understanding wind energy’s wake, Hopkins researchers are stepping up to meet…

Fall 2008

A Question of Ethics

As technological advances lead to new materials, methods, and opportunities, Johns Hopkins engineers find themselves grappling with limitless possibilities and…

Fall 2008

Real World Solutions

    Steeped in theory and fundamentals throughout their four years at the Whiting School, students from all departments get…

Fall 2008

Their Space

Not bound by departmental divisions, the new Computational Science and Engineering building allows researchers and students from a variety of…

Winter 2008

Sight Unseen

The answers, my friend, may be blowin’ in the wind—or, for that matter, hidden in the nether regions of the…

Winter 2008

The Illusion of Certainty

Environmental engineer Ed Bouwer is sure about one thing: When it comes to health risks, uncertainty rules the day. Bran…

Winter 2008

Whither the Job Market?

We tapped a bevy of engineering “forecasters” to find out what fields will be hottest in the decade to come….

Summer 2007

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Admit? Deny? When “March Madness” descends on Admissions at Johns Hopkins, this portentous question becomes all-consuming. We take you inside…