Olympians most likely to bring home the gold are those who find a way to stay focused, even when the stakes are high.
Everyone’s brain builds models—typically for ordinary tasks like walking down the street or climbing stairs. But years and years of practicing elaborate, disorienting moves like the triple Salchow or Lutz has forged considerably more complex models in the brains of elite athletes, says Kathleen Cullen, who studies the neural mechanisms that control balance. Read more […]
Since 1973, a small-scale bust of Mr. Johns Hopkins—the so-called “Bronze Johns”—has been awarded to distinguished alumni and friends of the institution for their outstanding service to the university. However, over the 45-year legacy of the the Heritage Award, the statuette masters—the original sculptures that casting molds are made from—have deteriorated. Now, thanks to a dedicated team, a new master has been created to restore the Heritage Award’s Bronze Johns statuette to its former glory.
Santa’s helpers made a visit to a Maryland family this week, delivering a gift that promises to make their holiday season especially happy and bright.
“As 2017 draws to a close and we look toward the year ahead, I cannot help but marvel at the impact of your creativity and compassion on Johns Hopkins and the communities of which we are a part,” says Ronald J. Daniels, Johns Hopkins University president.
Our nationally-recognized mechanical engineering department offers graduate degrees designed to prepare our graduates for a rapidly changing world.
These creepy projections are generated by magic mirrors, a new high-tech tool that’s designed to teach future doctors about anatomy.
First-Year biomedical engineering students construct a device to transport a ping-pong 3 meters.
Hear what students and locals love about Central Baltimore, from the lively restaurant and music scene to the close sense of community.
Seal-Bin Han shares his journey in creating FitMango and the challenges he faced as a young entrepreneur.