Archived articles


Tiny tubes target hard-to-treat cancer
Published Sept 15, 2023
Technology developed by JHU engineers could eventually treat an aggressive type of breast cancer
Safely handling new technologies
Published Jan 11, 2022
Online training modules will focus on the safe development and use of emerging tech such as additive manufacturing, disinfection tech, nanobiotechnology, and e-cigarettes
Bridging the gap
Published Jan 5, 2017
Hopkins researchers capture on video DNA nanotubes building a bridge between two molecular posts
Current events
Electron twisters trapped
Published Feb 24, 2015
Scientists figure out how to use nanowires to contain vortices and keep supercurrents flowing freely
Researcher on the rise
Published Jan 5, 2015
School of Medicine postdoc among young scientists selected for Forbes' '30 Under 30' list / Forbes
Magnetic medicine
Tiny particles vs. cancer
Published Feb 28, 2014
Johns Hopkins researchers coax dormant immune cells into action to fight melanoma in small study / Hopkins Medicine
Targeting cancer
Published Feb 18, 2013
School of Engineering professor Honggang Cui recognized by NSF for research involving cancer-fighting nanostructures
Getting DNA in shape
Published Oct 12, 2012
Altering shape of nanoparticles could lead to 'safer and more effective delivery method for gene therapy'