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News: January 2015

International Flair Comes to JHU Campus During TechBreakfast

Some spoke in Russian. Others in English. Either way, the mission was the same: To gain experience describing their entrepreneurial ventures to a room full of Americans.

Young Artists Prove to be Out of the Ordinary

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Montgomery County High School students showcase their art in the Out of the Ordinary exhibit at JHU Montgomery County Campus.

Entrepreneurs Learn How to Seek SBIR Grant Money at Conference on Campus

More than 200 entrepreneurs, business professionals, government leaders and others congregated at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus in January to learn how to apply for federal funding for their innovative research projects.

Politics and Genre Summer Class Launches at Montgomery County Campus

The Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus partners with other divisions of the university to offer summer programs for high school and college students. One of the classes slated to be offered on campus this summer is Politics and Genre, taught by Katherine Goktepe.

Johns Hopkins Cardilogist Wins Grant to Develop Surgical Device

Perceptive Navigation, a medical device start-up company whose chief executive is Johns Hopkins cardiologist Dr. Ted Abraham, won a highly competitive Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 2 grant. Perceptive Navigation, located at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, works to commercialize the Vu-Cath, an image-guided catheter that can be used in complex surgeries.