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Mission to the sun
One hot ticket
Published March 22, 2018 Video
Sign up to send your name to the sun aboard NASA's Parker Solar Probe
Mechanical engineering
Instrumental design
Published March 22, 2018
Making banjos is an ideal way to learn basic engineering design skills, instructor Nathan Scott says
Women of Hopkins
NASA space medicine chief aimed for the stars
Published March 22, 2018
Award-winning scientist, JHU alum Nitza Cintrón is a noted pioneer for women and Hispanics in science
Cancer and the artillery of physics
Published Spring 2018
Andrew Ewald is at the vanguard of a generation of scientists determined to uncover the complexities of cancer / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Going platinum
Published Spring 2018
Hopkins engineer has come up with a technique to make fuel cells for electric cars cheaper and more effective: coating inexpensive cobalt with a layer of platinum atoms 100,000 times thinner than a strand of hair / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Spencer Grace's last gift
Published Spring 2018
Rapid autopsy procedures shed light on how deadly diseases develop and how they might be cured in the future / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Robo Roaches
Published Spring 2018
Hate the cockroach all you want, but there's a lot mechanical engineers can learn from its physical prowess / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Planetary science
Atmospheric mixology
Published March 22, 2018
Planetary scientist Sarah Hörst creates the first lab-grown simulations of the atmospheric chemistries of distant exoplanets
Students launch new speaker series
Published March 22, 2018
Osler Medical Symposium, which focuses on topics in health and medicine, debuts with four spring semester events
Dark matter's cooling property
Published March 22, 2018
New findings published in 'Nature' suggest dark matter can absorb heat energy, as JHU researchers predicted