Hopkins' LCSR shows its best

"Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering stands at the forefront of technological innovation in robotics, and comprises one of the largest and most technologically advanced robotics research and educational centers in the world. Its faculty and students work collaboratively and across
traditional disciplinary boundaries to advance the discoveries that are revolutionizing felds ranging from national security and medicine to manufacturing.
Improving the efficacy and efficiency of health care, making complex surgeries safer and more widely available, reducing risks to first responders, enabling the exploration of outer space and of the ocean’s depths, and expanding our understanding of climate change are just some of the ways Johns Hopkins roboticists are addressing critical societal challenges. Our faculty are world-renowned leaders in the areas of medical robotics, autonomous systems, and bio-inspired robots, and lead collaborations and translational research in partnership with affiliate clinicians and scientists from across Johns Hopkins divisions, including the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, as well as with international peer institutions, government, and industry. The power of this truly cross-disciplinary, collaborative approach is profound.

Source: Johns Hopkins


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