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Engineering

Cancer research
Pioneering method examines how immunotherapy changes tumors
Published Oct 13, 2021
The non-invasive technique using an optical probe provides early signs of how a tumor is responding to treatment
Engineering
Targeting epilepsy with surgical precision
Published Oct 11, 2021
A new method of highlighting the most epileptic parts of the brain could enable not only more accurate diagnosis of the seizure disorder, but also help guide more precise surgical treatment
E-cigarettes
Vaping liquids, aerosols contain thousands of unknown chemicals
Published Oct 7, 2021
Study identifies compounds undisclosed by popular brands including industrial chemicals, caffeine
Engineering
Hey Siri, do I have COVID?
Published Oct 4, 2021
New system devised by Whiting School PhD candidate Drew Grant aims to make diagnosing COVID-19 as simple as saying a few words into a smartphone
Engineering
Undergrad team named finalist in Collegiate Inventors Competition
Published Sept 13, 2021
Innerva's device helps with the challenges of targeted muscle reinnervation, a surgery facilitating nerve regrowth after amputation
Smart tech
Buoys with a brain
Published Summer 2021
APL's Wayne Pavalko creates custom-designed, 3D-printed buoys that monitor our oceans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Tinkerer, climber, engineer
Published Spring 2021
Alum and inventor Jessamy Taylor loves being outdoors, scaling heights, and solving problems. Among them: a better way to adaptive climb / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Going interstellar with a sun-skirting probe
Published Spring 2021
APL's Interstellar Probe will slingshot around the sun to explore the outer reaches of the universe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
What our wastewater can tell us
Published Spring 2021
Our sewage contains important biomarkers that can tell researchers about a community's diet, drug intake, and even the presence of COVID-19 / Johns Hopkins Magazine
HAVING A BYTE TO EAT
Published Fall 2020
Melanie Shimano's Food Computer Program has reached nearly 300 students around Baltimore / Johns Hopkins Magazine