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Science+Technology

Scholarships
Five Hopkins PhD students named Siebel Scholars
Published Oct 1, 2019
They are among 93 of the world's top graduate students in business, bioengineering, computer science, and energy science fields
Innovation+Incubation
15 student startups join accelerator
Published Sept 30, 2019
New FastForward U program will provide workshops, mentorship, and workspaces to 15 teams of student entrepreneurs
Q+A
Why climate change solutions remain elusive
Published Sept 25, 2019
Paul Ferraro says climate scientists must rethink how they disseminate their research findings in order to change human behavior
Beauty and the Brain
Published Fall 2019
The Johns Hopkins International Arts + Mind Lab is working to advance the emerging field of neuroaesthetics, our biological response to art, dance, music, and architecture / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Exhibition
This artwork is alive
Published Fall 2019
PhD student Kiara Eldred has found herself at the center of an unlikely intersection: she's been growing complex retinal organoids from stem cells for an experimental art installation in Hong Kong / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Imaging
Microscope man
Published Fall 2019
When researchers need novel microscoping technologies, biomedical engineer Scot Kuo is ready for their call / Johns Hopkins Magazine
public health
How best to behead a mosquito
Published Fall 2019
Engineer Russell Taylor and a group of students design a device to make it easier for biotech company Sanaria to develop a malaria vaccine / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cognitive science
Conceptualizing color
Published Fall 2019
Studies from Marina Bedny and Judy Kim suggest people born blind have a rich understanding of visual concepts that is not based solely on what they've been told / Johns Hopkins Magazine
New cool tools
Saving lives with a smart stethoscope
Published Fall 2019
Hopkins engineers design a smart stethoscope to address the challenges of diagnosing pneumonia in developing countries / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Urban policy
Data science in the city
Published Aug 29, 2019
Hopkins hosts symposium on how research and data can drive solutions to pervasive urban problems