Shedding light—literally—on resistance to radiation therapy

New study offers promise towards someday being able to non-invasively examine changes in cancerous tumors to determine whether they’ll respond to radiation treatment, before treatment even begins.

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Breaking up is hard to do

A new study by mechanical engineers at Johns Hopkins reveal that asteroids are stronger, harder to destroy than previously thought

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Joseph Katz elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Katz was elected for his development of optical methods in experimental fluid mechanics for turbomachinery, cavitation, turbulence, and environmental flows.

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Hopkins, GE Global Research to create portable diagnostic device to combat infectious diseases

Jeff Wang and team will create a new platform that can quickly identify and characterize pathogens responsible for many infectious diseases.

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Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 26 Mudd Hall
Mar 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Aeronautics at Bio-Scales Presented by Professor Geoffrey Spedding University of Southern California Aeronautics is a mature and powerful engineering discipline, and great success has been achieved in predicting flows and designing aircraft configurations at large[...]
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Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 26 Mudd Hall
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Harnessing thermal expansion in architected metamaterials Presented by Professor Damiano Pasini Mechanical Engineering, McGill University For technology called to function under harsh temperature swings, e.g. satellite antennas, thermal expansion can be an enemy to fight[...]
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Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 26 Mudd Hall
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Shock wave focusing to achieve high energy concentration Presented by Professor Alexander Smits Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University Biology offers a rich source of inspiration for the design of novel propulsors with the potential[...]
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Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 26 Mudd Hall
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Modulating the Therapeutic Microenvironment using Nanostructured Biomaterials Presented by Professor Tejal Desai University of California, San Francisco The field of nanomedicine offers great potential to revolutionize clinical care, including medical devices, regenerative medicine, and molecular[...]
May
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9:00 am 2019 Senior Design Day @ Hodson Hall 2nd Floor
2019 Senior Design Day @ Hodson Hall 2nd Floor
May 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
2019 Johns Hopkins Senior Design Day May 7, 2019   Celebrate student innovation and creativity at the annual Johns Hopkins Engineering Design Day. Through poster sessions, presentations, and prototype demonstrations, Hopkins engineers will demonstrate their[...]
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