The Whiting School of Engineering’s Design Day, held annually, gives engineering students a forum to present projects and prototypes to sponsors and mentors from industry and government, faculty members, clinicians, and fellow students.
Learn about the Senior Class Gift Campaign and how you can give back to the school that has given so much to you. Leave a legacy.
What does it mean to Step Up? Learn more and check out the awesome events of Step Up Week 2016!
Johns Hopkins undergrads like Shaw Scholar Gabriela Frid participated in a design challenge to create better personal protective equipment (PPE) for Ebola healthcare workers. Having the students work alongside faculty and clinicians, bringing raw creativity and expertise together, allows for the creation of something new, explains Youseph Yazdi, executive director of the Johns Hopkins Center […]
Warren Grayson describes the process for regenerating new, customized, facial bones using tissue engineering.
An electric eel can generate enough current to stun its prey, just like a Taser. Weakly electric fish can also generate electricity but not enough to do any harm. “Weakly electric fish are unique in that they produce and detect electric fields. They use these electric fields in social communication and to detect objects,” explains […]
Johns Hopkins students celebrate why they are thankful for JHU on a beautiful fall day.
Giddens Inaugural Professorial Lecture, “How Proteins Dance with Their Partners” by Professor Jeffrey Gray.
James E. West, professor of electrical and computer engineering, elaborates on the extensive technology contributions of minority scientists and researchers.