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Johns Hopkins Students Win Inventors Contest’s Top Prizes for Heart Treatment Device and Cancer Test

A Johns Hopkins undergraduate biomedical engineering student team that devised a two-part system to improve the way life-saving shocks are delivered to hearts earned first-prize in the undergraduate division of a national Collegiate Inventors Competition. In the graduate-level competition, Isaac Kinde, a Johns Hopkins medical student, received third-place honors for developing a test to detect ovarian and endometrial cancers as part of a team at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

New ‘Out of This World’ Space Stethoscope Valuable Here on Earth, Too

A team of students at the Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering has designed for NASA a new stethoscope that delivers accurate heart- and body-sounds to medics who are trying to assess astronauts’ health on long missions in noisy spacecraft.

‘Future of Suture’ Device Wins $12,500 Inventors Prize for Johns Hopkins Students

For devising a disposable suturing tool to guide the placement of stitches and guard against the accidental puncture of internal organs, an undergraduate biomedical engineering team from Johns Hopkins won the $12,500 first-prize Tuesday in the 2012 Collegiate Inventors Competition.

Media Advisory: Mousetraps, Rubber Bands Will Power Student Devices in ‘Special Delivery’ Race

On Wednesday, Dec. 1, 18 three-member teams of Johns Hopkins students in a freshman mechanical engineering course will compete on the Homewood Campus in a series of device races to deliver a “payload” past obstacles and across a finish line. Each device can only be powered by the energy stored in two mousetraps and six rubber bands.

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