As if aging bridges, roads, pipes, and transmission lines weren’t enough to worry about, there is another stealthy challenge facing cities in developed and developing nations around the world: rising sea levels.
Planning for an efficient electric grid system means being able to predict not only where demand will be greatest but also where the electricity will come from.
Worldwide, an estimated 30 percent of treated drinking water is lost through leaks, breaks, and other shortcomings in water delivery systems.
RESEARCH: A multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, and clinicians is analyzing and breaking the complex motions of surgery down to its basic elements in order to improve surgeon education and patient outcomes.
New interdisciplinary research center aims at unraveling the physical underpinnings of the growth and spread of cancer.
Thirteenth Provost of Johns Hopkins University appointed.
Biomedical engineering students demonstrate a practical way to embed a patient’s own adult stem cells in sutures used to repair serious orthopedic injuries.
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RESEARCH: Graduate student Sarah Webster helped develop the navigation and control system to guide Nereus, an autonomous underwater vehicle, to the depths of the Mariana Trench.