Johns Hopkins Engineering | Winter 2013 Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University


It’s Not Rocket Science

Johns Hopkins University and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) team up for a colorful lab safety project. more »

A Community Affair

Michael Falk, associate professor of materials science and engineering, aims to engage students early in STEM through an innovative pilot program. more »

Consumed by Cars

Mud in his face, but no disgrace: “It’s my varsity team, it’s my fraternity, it’s my social network,” says Andrew Kelly ’13, team captain for Hopkins BajaSAE.more »

White House Fellow Gains National Perspective

A neurosurgeon-in-training who developed a novel brain cancer drug just a year after graduating from the Whiting School has joined the 2012–13 Class of White House Fellows. more »

The Right Stuff

As an intern at the Applied Physics Laboratory, junior Terrence Casey spent a year creating computer simulations, software, and code for NASA's Van Allen Probes project.  more »

The Fast Lane to Proteins

A sophisticated computer program makes predicting protein structure more efficient and cost effective—an important step in combating diseases such as HIV, malaria, and cancer.   more »

From the Archives: Back to the Future

An educational television series produced by Johns Hopkins between 1948 and 1960 featured world-renowned scientists and scientific firsts. more »

A Stimulating Approach to Parkinson’s

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