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Microfluidics and the World Cup
Today's blog comes from once again from IMEC intern, Polly Ma who spent time in Belgium during the World Cup this summer while doing research. My very own official IMEC lab notebook! I'm in my fourth week here at Leuven, and I'm finally getting into a rhyth...
Today's blog comes from once again from IMEC intern, Polly Ma who spent time in Belgium during the World Cup this summer while doing research. My very own official IMEC lab notebook! I'm in my fourth week here at Leuven, and ...
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First, have a Belgian beer, but then get to work!
From left, Matthew, Polly, Rustin and Eugene try the local brew. Today's blog comes from Eugene Yoon a senior in chemical and biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Leuven is a very pretty college town with lots of trees and friendly people. Th...
From left, Matthew, Polly, Rustin and Eugene try the local brew. Today's blog comes from Eugene Yoon a senior in chemical and biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Leuven is a very pretty college town with lots ...
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Weekend trips offer breaks from research
Today's blog post comes from Rustin Golnabi,  a junior at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.  It’s already been about three weeks since I’ve arrived in
Belgium. I should have started writing blog posts sooner, b...
Today's blog post comes from Rustin Golnabi,  a junior at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.  It’s already been about three weeks since I’ve arrived in Belgium. I should have st...
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Our students are settling into their apartments in Belgium.
The 2014 Summer at IMEC group is already hard at work and we have our first blog post from Polly Ma from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Read on. My apartment in Leuven. "It's been a we...
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Before I came to Leuven, I only knew a very old and famous school, KU Leuven and IMEC, where I am working for the summer. What was my first thought about Leuven? Some might say it is a historic city; some might say it is just...
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A weekend trip to Amsterdam
From Polly Ma from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Read on. Our first weekend at Leuven was a four-day weekend, so on Friday, I set off to Amsterdam with a few other students. We caught a bus from Brussels and the ride...
From Polly Ma from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Read on. Our first weekend at Leuven was a four-day weekend, so on Friday, I set off to Amsterdam with a few other students. We caught a...
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Diversity rules at IMEC
Today's blog post from Belgium comes from Matthew Gonzalez, a senior in Materials Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. My first two weeks are coming to an end here in Belgium. I’m finally starting to settle into Leuven and beginning real wor...
Today's blog post from Belgium comes from Matthew Gonzalez, a senior in Materials Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. My first two weeks are coming to an end here in Belgium. I’m finally starting to settle in...
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Having never been to Europe, I didn’t really know what to expect. I find that although there are a few cultural differences between Americans and Europeans from different countries, there are also many things we have in commo...
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From Monday through Friday, I went to work at IMEC. The people there were very welcoming. I took a tour of the labs where I would be working and had meetings with several collaborators or potential collaborators. On my second...
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Creating new knowledge and new technologies at the interface of nanoscience and medicine
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The Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology brings together expertise from Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine, Whiting School of Engineering, Applied Physics Lab, and Krieger School of Arts and Sciences to create new knowledge and new technologies at the interface of nanoscience and medicine.Research

Launched in 2006, INBT focuses its efforts in research on the basic biological sciences, the clinical sciences, and public health. In the basic biological sciences, INBT supports research exploiting nanoscience to advance our understanding of cellular and molecular dynamics at the molecular level. In the clinical sciences, INBT supports research to develop novel methods for diagnostics and therapeutics. In public health, INBT supports research to understand the potential impact of nanoscience and nanotechnology on health and the environment, as well as on using nanoscience to solve environmental problems.

  • Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology
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    3400 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218
  • Email: inbt@jhu.edu
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