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biomedical engineering

Trunk science
What's in a giant tree?
Published Dec 18, 2017
Johns Hopkins joins collaborative effort to sequence redwood, sequoia genomes
MedHacks 2017
Med-tech innovation, inspiration
Published Dec 18, 2017
Third annual MedHacks hackathon attracts hundreds of students, entrepreneurs
A powerful genetic LASSO
Published Dec 18, 2017
New technique clones thousands of genes at once and could lead to more rapid discovery of new medicines
Design Day
Student engineers perfect their pitches
Published Dec 18, 2017 Video
In annual year-end Design Day showcase, students present their research, projects, and prototypes
Winning idea for eye surgery
Published Dec 18, 2017
Treyetech team, made up of 8 undergrads, develops novel device for transplanting, unrolling corneal tissue
Biomedical research
3 recognized for research that improves children's health
Published Dec 18, 2017
Samuel M. Alaish, Jill A. Fahrner, Ho Lam Tang among 12 to receive Hartwell Foundation awards
Inspired design
Published Dec 18, 2017
Students win contest with inverted umbrella that deploys with the flip of a switch to help keep wheelchair users dry
Faculty honors
Nine selected for AIMBE College of Fellows
Published Dec 18, 2017
Members are considered among the top two percent of the country's medical and biological engineers
Biomedical engineering
DNA inspector gadget
Published Dec 18, 2017
New open source gene sequencing software could aid in early detection, treatment of cancer
Brain science
Ultrasound delivery
Published Dec 18, 2017
In rat experiment, sound waves trigger release of drugs encased in nanoparticles 'cages' in brain / Hopkins Medicine