Progress on Croft Hall INBT expansion continues

In just a few months, Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology  (INBT) will open more than 12,000 square feet of expanded facilities in Croft … [Read More...]

Alex Chavez

REU Profile: Microfluidics internship teaches patience, perseverance

Alex Chavez is a rising sophomore at University of Central Florida where he is studying Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Sciences and minoring in … [Read More...]

ChemBE professor Jeff Gray (standing) confers with Rosetta Commons undergradutate intern, Morgan Nance (seated left), and her mentor, Rebecca Alford (seated right), undergraduate research assistant, as they video conference with Mingzhao Liu, an undergraduate interning at Vanderbilt University.

The Rosetta REU: software lets students collaborate at a distance

Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT) has launched a summer research undergraduate internship to train students to build new lifesaving … [Read More...]

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Summer research symposium to feature INBT-hosted interns

The School of Medicine will host the second annual Hopkins Career Academic and Research Experiences for Students (C.A.R.E.S.) Summer Symposium on … [Read More...]


REU Profile: Hydrogels and stem cells

Franklyn Hall is a rising junior at Mississippi State University where he is studying Chemical Engineering with a Biomolecular Concentration. He is … [Read More...]


High school students join ranks of summer researchers at INBT

Twelve high school students have joined the ranks of researchers working in labs affiliated with Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology this … [Read More...]

Gwendolyn Hoffmann

Four undergrad researchers working in Belgium

Each summer, Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT) has funding to support research internships abroad. The International Research … [Read More...]


A new wealth of applications for gold nanoparticles

Gold has been the currency of many civilizations because of its advantageous and attractive bulk properties. Many modern civilizations have left the … [Read More...]

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