Value of collaboration underscored at Malone Center symposium

"The mission of the Malone Center is to accelerate engineering innovation in health care technologies," said Gregory D. Hager.

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Real-time Conversation Translator App Wins Big at HopHacks

More than 300 college students worked in teams of up to 4 to bring software and hardware ideas to life at Johns Hopkins annual HopHacks held October 21 – October 23.

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CS's Michael Schatz leads work on new algorithms for more complete portraits

Scientists' effort to piece together the genome is taking a significant step forward with a new computerized method that creates more complete and detailed versions of the complex puzzle of life.

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CS’s Noah Presler and Team Create Online Scheduler to Streamline Course Registration Process

Computer Science major Noah Presler and team create online course scheduler to make course registration easier and college more collaborative.

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CS’ Suchi Saria receives DARPA’s Young Faculty Award

Suchi Saria, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, will each receive $500K in DARPA funding for research project titled “Continuous Learning of (Causal) Modes from Streams.”

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CS’s Suchi Saria named to ‘Popular Science’ Brilliant 10

Saria was chosen for her work on computer-based approaches to develop diagnoses and treatments more specific to individual patients, including for septic shock, identified as the cause of 20 to 30 percent of all U.S. hospital deaths.

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