The Johns Hopkins CCNE is one of several NCI-funded centers launched through a program that started in 2005. The CCNE program was established to create multi-institutional hubs that integrate nanotechnology across the cancer research continuum to provide new solutions for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

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INBT’s fall student symposium Nov. 7

An important opportunity in graduate school is to get peer and mentor feedback on results. One of the best ways to do that is to share what you have … [Read More...]

Making therapeutic proteins last longer

Proteins are responsible for pretty much everything in the human body. When there is a problem with the proteins, it usually leads to … [Read More...]

Lab coats are summer gear for high school researchers

You don't think of a lab coat as summer wear for teens, but we don't quite feel like it's summer around here until our research interns have arrived. … [Read More...]

Fraley nets $500K Burroughs Wellcome Fund award for microfluidics work

A Johns Hopkins research fellow who is developing novel approaches to quickly identify bacterial DNA and human microRNA has won the prestigious … [Read More...]