‘Electronic skin’ allows user to experience a sense of touch and pain; ‘After many years, I felt my hand, as if a hollow shell got filled with life again,’ amputee volunteer says.
A blood-clotting “super gel.” A mobile app for heart attack recovery. A pizza-delivering drone. A souped-up walker for pediatric ICU patients. Johns Hopkins engineering students have plenty to show off on Tuesday at the annual Design Day.
The AmbuMate could help ailing children out of bed—and the hospital—faster.
A Johns Hopkins Engineering junior has been named a Goldwater Scholar, an honor recognizing outstanding promise in the fields of natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics.
AssistENT, Treyetech teams recognized for developing devices that address real-world problems.
Through Baltimore nonprofit V-LINC, a group of budding mechanical engineers make one family’s holidays a little brighter.
Neonatal Monitoring device lets mothers track their newborn’s vital signs, correspond with remote health care workers.
Students developed simple device to help open obstructed nostrils, curb snoring.
Hundreds of students, entrepreneurs expected for third-annual MedHacks hackathon.