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Biomedical engineering
Back in the game
Published June 23, 2016 Video
Novel controller allows video gamers to compete with their feet
Cognitive science
Knowing vs. remembering
Published June 22, 2016 Video
How an artist, former pilot with amnesia defies conventional wisdom about memory
Ebola protection
Breathing easier
Published June 22, 2016
Mechanical engineering students develop prototypes for more comfortable hood and face mask, battery-powered system that lowers humidity

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Johns Hopkins Scientists Lead Effort to Protect Vital Networks
Published June 28, 2016
Johns Hopkins University computer scientists have led an effort to create a proven way to prevent sabotage from disrupting electronic networks supporting... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Novel Controller Allows Video Gamer Who Lacks Hands to Compete With His Feet
Published June 23, 2016
It’s tough to play video games when you have no fingers to push buttons on the controller. Just ask Gyorgy (George) Levay, an avid gamer who lost both... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Students Design Ebola Protection Suit Improvements
Published June 22, 2016
Two Johns Hopkins mechanical engineering teams have developed improvements for a protective suit for health workers treating people stricken with Ebola... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Study: One-Third of Hospitals in Developing World Lack Running Water
Published June 22, 2016
A study of 430 hospitals in the developing world found that more than one-third lacked running water, a deficiency that can lead to unsanitary conditions... / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
How a Woman With Amnesia Defies Conventional Wisdom About Memory
Published June 22, 2016
Johns Hopkins University cognitive scientists say the sharp contrasts in the memory profile of a patient with severe amnesia — her inability to remember... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
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