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.
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Experts at the Johns Hopkins University are partnering with Baltimore City Public Schools on a program to improve STEM education.
Back in 1948 when TV was still in its infancy, Johns Hopkins hit the airwaves with a long-running weekly program that featured world-renowned scientists and scientific “firsts.”
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David Gracias and his colleagues are developing self-assembling 3-D micro- and nano-structures for a variety of applications including targeted drug delivery.
a Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer is working to improve new technology designed to detect and stop seizures in patients with epilepsy.
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