The Whiting School of Engineering has compiled a list of resource guides, worksheets, training, articles, books, and media related to unconscious bias, interrupting bias, allyship, and the history of race in the U.S.
Information for the Whiting School community about prevention and preparedness efforts at Johns Hopkins and around the world. Includes important information for current and prospective/newly admitted Johns Hopkins Engineering graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Ray Decker NanoMAG Host: Tim Weihs In-Vivo Performance of Bioabsorbable BioMg 250 Implants Abstract: The invention and alloy design principles of a bioabsorbable Mg alloy implant will be described. The alloy was designed to utilize[...]
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