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.


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...]

Landmark physical characterization of cancer cells completed

An enormous collaborative effort between a multitude of academic and research centers has characterized numerous physical and mechanical properties on … [Read More...]