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

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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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