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Science+Technology

Fish findings
Should robots think like electric fish?
Published Nov 30, 2018
Study sheds light on how animals use active sensing behaviors to navigate the world around them
Q+A
New climate report 'an immediate call to action'
Published Nov 28, 2018
Environmental engineer Ben Hobbs discusses the newly released National Climate Assessment report
'Hubble Tension'
Cosmic crisis quelled?
Published Nov 28, 2018
Hopkins theorists suggest that an exotic form of dark energy is responsible for a discrepancy in the rate at which the universe expands
Ten from Hopkins make '30 Under 30' list
Published Nov 28, 2018
The list, compiled by 'Forbes,' recognizes young people who have become leaders in their fields
Engine trouble?
Antique tractor gets students' gears turning
Published Nov 28, 2018
Mechanical engineering students learn the basics of drivetrain systems, gears, and pulleys by working on a 1947 Ford farm tractor
Two from Hopkins elected to AAAS
Published Nov 27, 2018
Gregory Hager and K.T. Ramesh are both faculty members in the Whiting School of Engineering
Outer space
Parker Solar Probe circles the sun
Published Nov 20, 2018
The data gathered during its orbit will be relayed back to mission control beginning Dec. 7
Biomedical engineering
Undergrads take silver at inventors competition
Published Nov 20, 2018
Team CortiTech developed a device to prevent injuries during neurosurgery
Interdisciplinary research
Cardiologists, engineers collaborate
Published Nov 19, 2018
New center will oversee clinical trials of biomedical interventions for treating heart disease developed at Johns Hopkins
Engineering for Professionals
JHU offers new master's degree program in Healthcare Systems Engineering
Published Nov 16, 2018
Non-residential program prepares grads to solve health care's greatest challenges