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Biomedical engineering
DNA inspector gadget
Published Feb 26, 2017
New open source gene sequencing software could aid in early detection, treatment of cancer
National Engineers Week
Pasta power
Published Feb 26, 2017
Annual 'Tower of Power' competition challenges challenges teams to aim higher with spaghetti, marshmallow structures
Black History Month
Innovative engineer, electrifying educator
Published Feb 26, 2017 Video
A lifetime of curiosity led Johns Hopkins engineer James West to secure more than 250 patents, accelerate communications revolution
Fetal health
Zika may cause miscarriages
Published Feb 26, 2017
In mouse study, exposure to virus led to higher rates of miscarriages, babies born with thin brain tissue, brain inflammation
Hackers dream up memory app in 36 hours
Published Feb 26, 2017 Photos
Tech breakthroughs fueled by caffeine, pizza, midnight walks during JHU's semiannual student hackathon
Tech Accelerators
Student startups get a boost
Published Feb 26, 2017
O'Connor Fund grants support six student teams to develop their tech platforms, learn business principles
APL engineer receives national distinction
Published Feb 26, 2017
Aerospace engineering expert David Van Wie one of 84 named to National Academy of Engineering
Mechanical engineering
Sneak peek at a future in science
Published Feb 26, 2017
Sixth-graders from three West Baltimore schools tour JHU's mechanical engineering labs
STEM education
WISE young students
Published Feb 26, 2017
Women in Science and Engineering program brings Baltimore-area students into the lab
Black History Month
A brilliant mind
Published Feb 26, 2017
Engineer Ralph Etienne-Cummings has built his reputation on his years-long quest to develop a spinal implant to help paralyzed people
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