Students

Winter 2016

The Cells Don’t Lie

You may look younger than your years, but your cells won’t lie about your age, according to researchers in the…

Winter 2016

Driving Force

Anna Goodridge ’17 didn’t spend time in high school peering under the hoods of cars or debating the benefits of…

Summer 2015

All Systems Go

How would Los Angeles react to the release of a toxic airborne agent? How does an epidemic spread across a…

Summer 2015

One for the Papers

When historic Homewood Museum was considering re-wallpapering its drawing room, its conservators turned to a purchased fragment of late 18th-century…

Summer 2015

Cambridge Bound

Sandya Subramanian ’15, who developed a tool to help doctors pinpoint the region of the brain responsible for seizures in…

Summer 2015

Drive for the XPrize

The time for clever Star Trek allusions was long past as a team of Johns Hopkins undergraduates, aiming to build…

Summer 2015

Design Takes Flight

When she was a senior, Melanie Shimano, MS ’15, worked as a teaching assistant for an oral presentation class at…

Summer 2015

Hopkins Hat Trick

Three sisters took different paths but arrived at the same place—the Whiting School of Engineering—for the 2014–15 academic year. The…

Summer 2015

Shape of Things to Come

Seal-Bin Han ’17, a self-described “scrawny, nerdy kid,” came back from Johns Hopkins’ Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center one night…