Science+Technology

Wave energy
Published Winter 2019
Ocean waves—from violent thrashes to gentle swells—could be harnessed as a form of alternative energy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Game theory
Published Winter 2019
Carey Business School marketing Professor Andrew Ching finds a win-win solution to video game manufacturers' used game problem / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Artificial intelligence
Algorithm improves clarity of partial MRI scans
Published Dec 12, 2019
Puyang Wang, doctoral degree candidate in electrical and computer engineering, was among winners at recent fastMRI competition hosted by Facebook AI
Nobel Week
Gregg Semenza accepts Nobel Prize
Published Dec 11, 2019
It was the moment of a lifetime for the Johns Hopkins physician-scientist, who was among 14 laureates to be honored at a formal ceremony attended by friends, family, and members of Sweden's royal family
Nobel week
A Nobel journey a lifetime in the making
Published Dec 9, 2019
During his Nobel Prize lecture, Johns Hopkins physician-scientist Gregg Semenza expresses gratitude to the many colleagues, students, postdocs, and others who helped him reach his career-defining achievements and offers a memorable thank you to his wife and children
Mechanical engineering
Students navigate the ups and downs of engineering design
Published Dec 6, 2019
First-year students vie to see whose glider will soar to victory in annual design competition
Engineering
Hopkins engineers develop a powerful but tiny microendoscope
Published Dec 6, 2019
The lensless scope is the width of a few strands of hair and is able to capture images of live neuron activity
Nobel Week
For Nobel laureates, a whirlwind welcome
Published Dec 6, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine professor Gregg Semenza arrives with fanfare in Sweden to receive his Nobel Prize and enjoy his moments of fame
Parker Solar Probe
Data offers insights into burning questions
Published Dec 5, 2019
After completing three of 24 passes around the sun, the Parker Solar Probe shares data that adds to our understanding of space phenomena
5 things everyone should know about science
Published Dec 3, 2019
Before heading to Sweden to accept his Nobel Prize, Hopkins scientist Gregg Semenza shares five insights about science he wants more people to understand