When Johns Hopkins students return next fall, they’ll find a new space in Remington devoted to turning the seeds of their creative ideas—their inventions, startups, crafts, and robotics—into reality.
FastForward U dispersed its first set of microgrants to 10 teams of student entrepreneurs. The funds are designed to enable students to test their ideas, build prototypes or launch pilot projects.
Neonatal Monitoring device lets mothers track their newborn’s vital signs, correspond with remote health care workers.
Students developed device designed to open obstructed nostrils and aid sleep.
Baltimore’s innovation community is pushing the apparel industry forward—and there’s a connection to Johns Hopkins Engineering professor James West.
Hundreds of students, entrepreneurs expected for third-annual MedHacks hackathon.
Computer scientist whose algorithms help detect life-threatening sepsis named to ’35 Innovators Under 35′ list.
Engineering students will present the projects they’ve spent a semester or more working on as part of Engineering Design Day—the annual year-end Whiting School of Engineering event in which students tasked with designing solutions to real-world problems display their research, devices, and prototypes.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design, which specializes in medical device design, has launched a one-year gap program with funding for medical students studying at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Gregory S. Chirikjian, professor of mechanical engineering, and Sudeep Reddy, economics editor at The Wall Street Journal, discuss the state of robotic technology and the impact on the economy in a National Press Foundation webinar.