First-year mechanical engineering students at Johns Hopkins take their design skills for a spin in annual competition that challenges them to use basic supplies to complete a complex task.
Nature reports on how computer science and engineering are becoming more common in biology labs. Patrick Cahan, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, is quoted.
Johns Hopkins hosts event to help women scientists build their academic careers.
Wired reports on the massive hack affecting as many as 500 million customers who made a reservation at a Starwood hotel. Matthew Green, associate professor of computer science, is quoted.
Study sheds light on how animals use active sensing behaviors to navigate the world around them.
ASME, SES, and ICCM have recognized him for his contributions to engineering mechanics.
Ben Hobbs, director of the Environment, Energy, Sustainability and Health Initiative, discusses the newly released National Climate Assessment report.
The Chronicle of Higher Education examines master’s programs in engineering management. Pam Sheff, director of the Center for Leadership Education and the master of science in engineering management program, is quoted.
The list, compiled by ‘Forbes,’ recognizes young people who have become leaders in their fields.