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.
Advanced microscopy technology allows Johns Hopkins researchers to study large pieces of tissue, up to and including whole organs.
Shilpa Alva ’02 shares her career journey that leads to creating Surge, an organization which aims to tackle today’s global water crisis.
Natalia Trayanova shares her journey through her groundbreaking computational cardiology research and her career as a biomedical engineer.
The Spaghetti Bridge Competition is the culmination of the four-week Engineering Innovation program that attracts students from 18 states and 11 countries to Johns Hopkins.
Engineering Innovation is an exciting, hands-on summer course for high school students interested in engineering.
The Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences held their third annual Homewood Schools’ Doctoral Hooding Ceremony on May 23, 2017, to honor students who had completed their doctoral degrees.