Rajat Mittal receives Human Frontier Science Program research grant

Mittal received $750,000 for his work studying the communicative properties of mosquito movements.

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Printing in 4D

Sung Hoon Kang and team develop origami-inspired heart implants that grow along with the patient over time.

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Chen Li receives Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award

The Catalyst Awards support the efforts of early-career faculty members whose work has shown originality and made an impact in their respective fields.

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Johns Hopkins Mechanical Engineering: Undergraduate Experience

In our latest video, undergraduate mechanical engineers discuss their experiences at Johns Hopkins University.

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