These days, science is ripe with “big data” challenges. From next-generation sequencing to complex structural analysis, experiments that were once considered niche are becoming more… Read More »Cracking the Code: How to Create Intuitive Tools for Visualizing Data
Bree Yanagisawa is an aspiring scientist who is passionate about the unique opportunity represented in engaging science through the use of mass media sources.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “contagious”? For most of us, it’s infectious agents, such as viruses and bacteria. However, recent evidence… Read More »Columbia Researchers Discover Contagious Cancer in Clams
This past April, the Johns Hopkins Graduate Consulting Club (JHGCC) held its annual Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition. For the past five years, this event… Read More »Hopkins-Engineered HPV Vaccine Wins Big in Recent Business Competitions
Speaker Ta-Nehisi Coates Sheds Light on the Issue of Racism at the Inaugural JHU Forum on Race in America
This past week, the first ever “JHU Forum on Race in America” took place with speaker Ta-Nehisi Coates at the forefront. Ta-Nehisi, a prominent writer… Read More »Speaker Ta-Nehisi Coates Sheds Light on the Issue of Racism at the Inaugural JHU Forum on Race in America
Graduate school is a lot of work. While the type of work varied throughout my first three years here, expectations remained high. These expectations are… Read More »Creating Scientific Interest Through Video Games