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Imagine an operating room where a computer records every movement a surgeon makes and even gives warnings or suggests possible next steps. This is the future.
Experience the excitement of the launch weekend for Rising to the Challenge: The Campaign for Johns Hopkins.
Developed by Johns Hopkins University computer scientists and housed in the new Brody Learning Commons, the Balaur Display Wall is part of a research project to explore human-computer interaction.
Natalia Trayanova, the Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering, explains her work with computational simulations of the heart, how this work relates to individualized health, and how her team is working to be the first to translate this work for clinical practice.
Congratulations and welcome to the Johns Hopkins University Class of 2017!
At TEDxMidAtlantic, Avi Rubin explains how hackers are compromising cars, smartphones and medical devices, and warns of the dangers of an increasingly hack-able world.
Mechanical engineering freshman compete in the department’s annual “Mousetraps & Rubber Bands” competition.
Johns Hopkins engineering students recently learned that maintaining rigid control of cooking temperatures, with less than one degree of wiggle-room, can lead to much tastier meals.