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Johns Hopkins Design Days

Johns Hopkins engineering students end the year with a flurry of prototypes, medical devices, and other designs. more »

Collagen-Seeking Protein Could Lead Doctors to Tumors

Research at WSE could lead to a new type of diagnostic imaging technology to seek cancer, arthritis and other disorders. more »

Thoughts of Nick

Nick, a member of the class of 2014 from New Haven, Ct., is studying computer science and economics.

A Moment of Happiness

Hailing from Alexandria, VA, Wafa is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and History of Science & Technology.

Miranda Writes

Miranda is a sophomore from Culver City, CA.

The Breezeway

Kate, a sophomore from Redding, Ct., is a ChemBE major with a minor in French.

Robots May Fix Satellites in Space

Medical robots may get the new job of fixing NASA's satellites. more >>

Talk Nerdy to Me

Sydney, a sophomore from Elm Grove, Wis., is studying biomedical engineering and pre-med.

The Not So Confidential Confessions of Cate

Cate, a junior from Minneapolis, MN, is studying ChemBe and mathematics.

Redefining What is Possible

On May 4, 2013, the university launched Rising to the Challenge, a seven-year fundraising effort to further empower the people of Johns Hopkins. more »