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News: July 2014

Future Engineers Noodle Around

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach

Crack! One after another, spaghetti bridges collapsed at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Future Engineers Use Their Noodles to Build Bridges from Spaghetti

CATEGORY: News Releases

Students, with their parents looking on, will compete in the annual, tension-filled Spaghetti Bridge Contest, marking the culmination of a four-week summer engineering program.

Opticul Diagnostics Wins BioMaryland Center Grant for International Project

CATEGORY: Academics, Tenant News

Opticul Diagnostics has won a BioMaryland Center grant to work on a medical device with a France-based company that would immediately identify microorganisms in a wound at a point-of-care setting, such as a hospital.

AAP Offers Career Services at Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Academics

Career services director helps students and alumni with job searches, interviewing skills and resume writing.

Pediatric Nursing Certification Board Relocates to Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Tenant News

The Pediatric Nursing Certification Board – the country’s largest independent pediatric nursing certification board – has located its headquarters at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.

New Tenant Lounge Opens in Building III

CATEGORY: Tenant News

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” That Albert Einstein quote adorns the wall of the new tenant lounge at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.

Signal Processing Relocates to JHU's Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Signal Processing is the latest company to locate on Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.