Johns Hopkins University’s annual celebration of engineers’ contributions to society begins today and runs through Friday, Feb. 23 on the Homewood campus.
Neonatal Monitoring device lets mothers track their newborn’s vital signs, correspond with remote health care workers.
Students developed device designed to open obstructed nostrils and aid sleep.
A Johns Hopkins student team within CBID that wants to help people breathe easier has been selected as a finalist in the 2017 Collegiate Inventors Competition, organizers of the event announced Tuesday. The students devised a simple, discreet device to open obstructed nostrils, a common problem that can cause snoring and other sleep disruptions, as […]
A 23,000-square-foot innovation hub, located at 1812 Ashland Ave. on the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus, is the latest addition to a rapidly growing and increasingly vibrant startup scene that is helping to bring life-changing products, services, and technologies to market—and to revitalize Baltimore’s economy. Read more as featured in JHU Engineering Magazine…
It all started at a hackathon. A group of Johns Hopkins students, postdocs, and faculty members gathered one weekend in April 2016 to develop a solution to the recent spread of the Zika virus. After hitting a few dead ends, the VectorWEB team hit upon an idea to create an automated trap that would count […]
As we close out the 2016-2017 academic year, we offer our best wishes to Dr. Robert Allen on his retirement from the faculty, and celebrate his career here. Dr. Allen enters into retirement with a lifetime of achievements, many of which occurred during his time at Johns Hopkins. He came to the university as a […]
Two Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering students won the mobility and transportation category last month at the Abilities Hackathon, an event held for the second year at the Digital Harbor Foundation’s Baltimore location.
The sights and sounds making up Baltimore’s Light City festival over the next week will include several performers from the Peabody Institute, while others from Johns Hopkins lend their expertise during a series of innovation conferences associated with the event. Excerpted from the Hub.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design, which specializes in medical device design, has launched a one-year gap program with funding for medical students studying at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.