The discoveries could improve the design of personal prosthetic devices as well as sustainable energy systems.
The composite results in faster and a higher degree of healing, reducing the volume of fistulas six-fold in comparison to the surgical treatment.
Researchers find combining haptic feedback and autonomous control allowed users to complete tasks with greater performance and lower mental effort.
Johns Hopkins engineers have developed a method to prevent harmful viruses from entering the lungs, blocking the spread of COVID-19 and influenza with a nasal spray
The test, being developed by a research team led by Johns Hopkins engineer Ishan Barman, is seen as an alternative to current rapid tests that require blood draws