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Research funding

Research funding
Nexus Awards launched to support endeavors at 555 Penn
Published Feb 17, 2023
$15M in annual funding will support additional Johns Hopkins research, teaching, and academic conferences in the nation's capital
Hopkins leads nation in research spending for 43rd consecutive year
Published Jan 9, 2023
In FY 2021, JHU spent a record $3.181B—nearly $1.5B more than the next highest institution on the annual list compiled by the National Science Foundation
Research funding
38 early-career faculty earn Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards
Published May 5, 2022
Honorees representing dozens of fields receive $75,000 each to support their work
Johns Hopkins leads nation in research spending for 42nd consecutive year
Published Jan 7, 2022
Despite suspended research activity during the early phase of the pandemic, the university spent more than $3 billion on research and development in fiscal year 2020
Mechanical engineering
NSF award will help engineers design sustainable plastics
Published Jan 6, 2022
Researchers will develop a process to melt and blend two common but difficult-to-recycle plastic polymers to create new, high-value plastics
Research funding
Bayer extends research agreement with Hopkins through 2024
Published May 6, 2021
The pharmaceuticals and life sciences company will continue its partnership with Johns Hopkins to provide funding to researchers in the Wilmer Eye Institute
Johns Hopkins leads nation in research spending for 41st consecutive year
Published Feb 9, 2021
University spent a record $2.917 billion in fiscal year 2019, a nearly 10% increase from 2018
Johns Hopkins engineer joins call to fund Black scientists
Published Jan 26, 2021
Muyinatu Bell co-authors commentary with women colleagues from institutions across the U.S. to shine light on funding disparities
Two Johns Hopkins chemists receive grants to create sustainable nanotechnologies
Published July 15, 2020
The grant from the National Science Foundation aims to help ensure new nanomaterials do not have unintended consequences for the environment
Renewed support for faculty conducting leading-edge research
Published Sept 25, 2019
The university's President's Frontier Award program, which recognizes one faculty scholar each year with $250,000 in flexible funding, has been extended through 2024