“The Johns Hopkins submission titled “Breaking the Wall to Mapping Cancer Using Multispectral Microscopy” was selected from hundreds of entries for the AstroPath platform design. AstroPath is a new, comprehensive platform for imaging and mapping microscopic sections of tumors to identify and validate predictive biomarkers to guide precision immunotherapies for cancer.”
The project will provide access to and the manageable download of more than 2.5 million gigabytes of data for modeling turbulent flows Written by Lisa
Mapping Cancer as if it were the Universe Techniques from astronomy are being applied to medicine Over the past two decades Alexander Szalay, an astronomer
Charles Meneveau, the Louis M. Sardella Professor in Mechanical Engineering, is the recipient of the 2021 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Fluid Dynamics Award.
IDIES Executive Committee member, Carey Business School Associate Professor Tinglong Dai, shares insights on what’s working with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S.
Mark O. Robbins, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and renowned condensed matter and statistical physicist, died unexpectedly on Thursday, August 13, 2020. A
IDIES Director, Prof. Alexander Szalay was nominated by Prof. Adam Riess, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Thomas J. Barber Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and Nobel Prize Winner, “for his pioneering work on
IDIES would like to congratulate our student worker Felicia Koerner on graduating with her MSE in Computer Science. Felica has been a great addition to
The IDIES community is saddened by the loss of such a young trailblazer in computational biology and genomics research. He will be remembered for his
The Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC) promises to deliver a hefty digital punch; with ~500 TFLOPs sustained peak performance, the center ranks as one