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Starting Young with Artificial Intelligence

Originally published by Sarah Achenbach in the JHU School of Engineering Magazine in August 2021

As a high school sophomore in upstate New York, Nathan Wang began taking calculus classes at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Eventually, his desire to apply math …

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Carey alums launch biotech company, aim to lower price of synthetic insulin

Some Johns Hopkins Carey Business School students collaborate on class projects. Others launch startups aimed at revolutionizing the biomedical and manufacturing industries.

Originally published on the Carey Business School website in August 2021

Cameron Owen (MS in Health Care Management …

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A student’s guide to undergraduate research

Originally written by Shiwei Wang for Nature journal in March 2019.

Participating in original research during your undergraduate studies can greatly expand your learning experience. However, finding the project can be a challenging task, so here’s a short but comprehensive …

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