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Winning idea for eye surgery
Published April 30, 2017
Treyetech team, made up of 8 undergrads, develops novel device for transplanting, unrolling corneal tissue
Where startups get started
Published April 30, 2017 Photos
Johns Hopkins' 23,000-square-foot FastForward 1812 space in East Baltimore features offices, labs, communal workspaces
'Baby box' creator wins $25K startup prize
Published April 30, 2017
10 startups, including eight with JHU connections, wrap up participation in six-month Social Innovation Lab accelerator
Typing with your mind?
Published April 30, 2017
JHU's Applied Physics Lab works with Facebook on technology that could allow users to type using only their thoughts
Astronaut Kate Rubins to visit JHU
Published April 30, 2017
First person to ever sequence DNA in space visits Hopkins for a talk about her experiments, experiences aboard the International Space Station
Interdisciplinary scholar
Ribosome expert named BDP
Published April 30, 2017
Johns Hopkins biologist and geneticist has been researching the cellular structure for nearly three decades
Inspired design
Published April 30, 2017
Students win contest with inverted umbrella that deploys with the flip of a switch to help keep wheelchair users dry
Building better business networks
Published April 30, 2017
Hatch 2017 conference brings together Baltimore business leaders, current and former Blue Jays
STEM scholars
Three named Goldwater Scholars
Published April 30, 2017
Juniors Alfred Chin, Duy Phan, Fernando Vicente Zegarra recognized for academic merit in STEM fields
Going to extremes
Published April 30, 2017
MICA photographer Jay Gould creates arts based on his HEMI artist-in-residence experience
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