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k.t. ramesh

Breaking up asteroids is hard to do
Published March 4, 2019
Scientists model scenarios for breaking up or interrupting the path of asteroids on a collision course with Earth
Head injuries
Engineers tackle concussion research
Published Jan 29, 2018 Video
Researchers developing digital tools for faster, more precise diagnosis
Top honor for K.T. Ramesh
Published April 1, 2015
Mechanical engineering professor receives W.M. Murray medal from experimental mechanics society
Heady stuff
Impact science may help prevent concussions
Published March 7, 2013
Researchers take close look at how brain responds to impact in effort to understand brain injuries in athletes, soldiers
Close encounters
Published Feb 13, 2013
An asteroid flyby has scientists thinking about how to deal with a hypothetical future asteroid hurtling toward Earth
Digital defense
Published Feb 7, 2013
Extreme Materials Institute aims to make tougher, lighter materials for blast-resistant vehicles, body armor / Johns Hopkins Engineering
Building better armor
Published Sept 18, 2012
Research institute funded by $90M from U.S. Army aims to create materials that are stronger, lighter / Fox News
The Butterfly's Effects
Published Summer 2012
We can't talk with the animals. But by observing their most awe-inspiring traits, we can learn enough from them to create new medicines and robots. / Johns Hopkins Magazine