Hailed as the “father of medical robotics,”Russ Taylor marries man and machine to push the boundaries of medicine.
As the centennial anniversary of Johns Hopkins Engineering draws to a close, we celebrate—in words and pictures—a century of broad exploration, pioneering discovery, and courageous vision.
High-energy innovator named as new dean, Surviving the Shake Test, Engineering a Smarter ICU, Stopping Sepsis in its Tracks, Juggling: Not Just Fun and Games, and more.
Seeing the light, mutated gene libraries, meeting the need for robotics researchers, hacking to help baltimore, faculty awards, and more.
Like it or not, most candy bowls play second fiddle to their sweet, coveted contents. Not the Infinity Candy Bowl, however.