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Siebel Scholars
5 doctoral students honored
Published Oct 28, 2016
JHU engineering students win $35,000 grants for cutting edge research
In memoriam
Groundbreaking ophthalmologist
Published Oct 28, 2016
David A. Robinson, a founding member of JHU's Department of Biomedical Engineering who retired from the school in 1993, dies at 92
Computer science
A giant leap for genome sequencing
Published Oct 28, 2016
JHU's Michael Schatz leads work on new computer algorithms that create more complete DNA portraits

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Biomedical engineering
A stand-up CT machine
Published Oct 28, 2016
Weight-bearing scanner gives doctors a way to see bone breaks that may have gone undetected
Engineers on the rise
Published Oct 28, 2016
Competitive paid summer internship program puts Hopkins Engineering students to work on APL projects
The nature and nurture of human illness
Published Oct 28, 2016
Scientists seek better understanding of how genetic, environmental factors join forces to cause disease
Bug off
A matter of taste
Published Oct 28, 2016
Changing 'flavor' of humans could help repel mosquitoes, fight malaria, scientists say / Hopkins Medicine
Scheduling, simplified
Published Oct 28, 2016
Course registration just got easier with this app developed by students at Johns Hopkins
Precision medicine
Effort aims to improve diagnosis, care, outcomes
Published Oct 28, 2016
Partnership between Hopkins Medicine, Applied Physics Laboratory will bring data analysis, systems engineering to health care
Calcium supplements may not be heart healthy
Published Oct 28, 2016
Study: Calcium-rich diet could be beneficial for the heart, but supplements seem to increase the risk of plaque buildup in arteries and heart damage / Hopkins Medicine
Cancer research
Center aims to shed light on how cancer spreads
Published Oct 28, 2016
Hopkins-led center, established with $9M National Cancer Institute grant, will try to unravel the biomechanics of metastasis
Beta City
JHU startup takes top prize
Published Oct 28, 2016
Mobile health app Tissue Analytics, which tracks wound healing, wins Beta City startup pitch competition / The Baltimore Sun
Slowing Parkinson's spread
Published Oct 28, 2016
Drug already in clinical trials for other conditions slows disease progression in mice
Undergrad research
Top inventors
Published Oct 28, 2016
Undergraduate team named finalist in Collegiate Inventors Competition for device that freezes breast cancer tissue
Planetary science
How the moon was made
Published Oct 28, 2016
Stratified layer in Earth's mantle points to 'giant impact' of infant planet, research suggests
New leadership for INBT
Published Oct 28, 2016
Sharon Gerecht, Hai-Quan Mao will assume director, associate director roles, respectively
Environmental health
A prelude to Flint
Published Oct 28, 2016
Failure to learn lessons a decade earlier led to Flint water crisis, scientist Marc Edwards says