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research funding

Research
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
Research
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
3 receive Human Frontier Science Program grants
Published July 22, 2019
Prestigious international awards support research into the complex mechanisms of living organisms
21st Century Cities
Urban research projects get seed funding
Published June 5, 2019
Seven faculty-led studies, eight PhD candidates receive grants totaling more than $124,000 from 21CC Initiative
Hopkins on the Hill
Demonstrating the importance of federal research funding
Published May 30, 2019
A public event in the House of Representatives will showcase federally-funded researchers from every part of JHU
President's Frontier Award
Brice Ménard honored for groundbreaking research
Published Feb 13, 2019 Video
His work with data sets from astronomical observatories has helped transform his field
Research
Hopkins again leads U.S. universities in R&D spending
Published Dec 17, 2018
JHU spent a record $2.562B in fiscal year 2017, leading all U.S. universities in research spending for the 39th year in a row
Research funding
Hopkins receives $30 million to lead research consortium
Published Aug 7, 2018
Five-year program offers integrated field training to undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and faculty researchers
R&D
Hopkins leads in research spending for 38th year in a row
Published March 23, 2018
University spent $2.431B on research and development projects in FY2016, with $2.104B coming from federal agencies
Research
New $15M commitment to faculty research
Published Feb 7, 2018
Catalyst and Discovery award programs, which launched in 2015, extended for three more years