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materials science

Material world

Quest for better metal

August 14, 2015
Materials scientist aims to create super-strong, durable metallic glass

Material manipulation

July 9, 2015
Project led by JHU chemist Kit Bowen receives $7.5M grant from DOD

Early career honor

May 7, 2015
Materials science specialist Rebekka Klausen among 44 grant recipients under U.S. Department of Energy's Early Career Research Program

Chien wins IUPAP Magnetism Award and NĂ©el Medal

April 20, 2015
Professor recognized for discoveries in magnetic materials, nanostructures

Putting a sting on cancer

July 28, 2014
Johns Hopkins grad student hopes to engineer toxin in honeybee venom to destroy tumors / JHU Engineering magazine
Extreme science

JHU, Morgan State announce educational partnership

May 2, 2014
Five-year science and engineering internship program aims to 'educate the people who will change our world'

Hopkins materials institute to support U.S. manufacturing innovation initiative

March 10, 2014
HEMI will work closely with Detroit-based LM3I, providing blast and ballistics expertise

Mueller gets NSF CAREER Award

March 10, 2014
Materials scientist will use $400,00 grant to support research, educational outreach program

JHU senior among Gates Cambridge Scholars

February 18, 2014
Filippone plans to use his award to study efficiency of low-cost solar cells
Bad breakups

Tiny bubble trouble

June 5, 2013
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JHU researchers study nature of bubbles that weaken metallic glass

McQueen receives fellowship

April 30, 2013
Award recognizes young scientists making substantial contributions to solid-state chemistry

JHU professor honored by Asian Union of Magnetic Sciences

October 31, 2012
Chien recognized for 'contribution to magnetic materials, nanostructures, magnetoelectronic phenomena and devices'

Chemist McQueen wins Packard Fellowship

October 15, 2012
Award given annually to unusually creative young faculty members in science and engineering

Getting DNA in shape

October 12, 2012
Altering shape of nanoparticles could lead to 'safer and more effective delivery method for gene therapy'

Building better armor

September 18, 2012
Research institute funded by $90M from U.S. Army aims to create materials that are stronger, lighter / Fox News