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Returns of the JEDI
Scientists marvel at Juno mission images
Published June 24, 2017
Spacecraft's flight to Jupiter, with APL-built instrument on board, is mission of 'pure discovery'
Emerging tech
Virtual reality goggles help kids understand prosthetics
Published June 24, 2017
The children of servicemen and women get a crash course in prosthetics in new APL program at Walter Reed medical center
Cancer research
Slowing cancer's spread
Published June 24, 2017
Johns Hopkins-led team finds promising way to disrupt signals that trigger metastasis
Mechanical engineering
See bots run
Published June 24, 2017
Students design next generation robots that play chess, catch balls, leap over obstacles, work together
Cybersecurity
WannaCry ransomware: What to know
Published June 24, 2017
JHU computer scientists Matt Green, Avi Rubin discuss the cyberattack holding computers hostage around the world
Design Day
Student engineers perfect their pitches
Published June 24, 2017 Video
In annual year-end Design Day showcase, students present their research, projects, and prototypes
SABES
City students engineer solutions
Published June 24, 2017
Kids use science to help their neighborhoods, the capstone to a five-year STEM education pilot program co-led by JHU, BCPS
Faculty honors
Two from Hopkins elected to NAS
Published June 24, 2017
Stephen Baylin, Robert Siliciano among 105 honored for achievements in original research
Say anything
Improv class teaches students to think on their feet
Published June 24, 2017
Improvisation for Scientists and Engineers offered for the first time through Center for Leadership Education
Biotechnology
Winning idea for eye surgery
Published June 24, 2017
Treyetech team, made up of 8 undergrads, develops novel device for transplanting, unrolling corneal tissue