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Life Sciences - 15.02.2024
Middle schoolers put their science skills to the test
Middle schoolers put their science skills to the test

Health - Campus - 13.02.2024
Fulbright grants in action
Fulbright grants in action

Health - 13.02.2024
Hundreds get legal help at biannual Baltimore expungement clinic
Hundreds get legal help at biannual Baltimore expungement clinic

Innovation - Computer Science - 12.02.2024
AI innovation helps create authentic, pitch perfect vocals
AI innovation helps create authentic, pitch perfect vocals
Neural network Diff-Pitcher, developed at Johns Hopkins University, breaks barriers in pitch-correction technology Once a solution for amateur, off-key singers on karaoke nights, Auto-Tune and other

Social Sciences - Campus - 08.02.2024
New name, new major for Krieger School program focused on study of migration, racial hierarchy

Event - 08.02.2024
A new study in hospitality
A new study in hospitality

Politics - Event - 07.02.2024
Birds aren't real*
Birds aren’t real*

Campus - Computer Science - 07.02.2024
Engineering online programs again ranked among nation’s best

Pedagogy - 06.02.2024
Education researcher James McPartland dies at 84
Education researcher James McPartland dies at 84

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 06.02.2024
Which came first: black holes or galaxies?
Which came first: black holes or galaxies?
Findings by Johns Hopkins-led team 'completely shake up' what we know about galaxy formation Black holes not only existed at the dawn of time, they birthed new stars and supercharged galaxy formation, a new analysis of James Webb Space Telescope data suggests. The insights upend theories of how black holes shape the cosmos, challenging classical understanding that they formed after the first stars and galaxies emerged.

Health - Campus - 05.02.2024
Hopkins launches Center for Global Women's Health and Gender Equity
Hopkins launches Center for Global Women’s Health and Gender Equity

Campus - Administration - 05.02.2024
Seven nominated to join Johns Hopkins University Police Accountability Board

Administration - 04.02.2024
Denver rallies past Hopkins for OT win
Denver rallies past Hopkins for OT win

Economics - 02.02.2024
Bipartisan tax bill heads to the Senate
Bipartisan tax bill heads to the Senate

Campus - Art and Design - 02.02.2024
Peabody to meet full student financial need and eliminate loans
Peabody to meet full student financial need and eliminate loans

Sport - Career - 01.02.2024
Dan Wodicka named head coach
Dan Wodicka named head coach

Campus - Social Sciences - 01.02.2024
SAIS Europe welcomes new rector
SAIS Europe welcomes new rector

Environment - Economics - 30.01.2024
Samantha Power urges major investments in climate resilience
Samantha Power urges major investments in climate resilience

Astronomy / Space - 29.01.2024
Webb zooms in on 19 nearby spiral galaxies
Webb zooms in on 19 nearby spiral galaxies
New Webb images show staggering structure in 19 nearby spiral galaxies Johns Hopkins research scientist David Thilker explains how studying this treasure trove of images can help shed light on the star formation process The newest images from the James Webb Space Telescope , released today by NASA and the Space Telescope Science Institute , show stars, gas, and dust on small scales in 19 nearby disk galaxies beyond our own Milky Way.

Computer Science - Innovation - 25.01.2024
Kathy Cahill spreads the word about digital accessibility
Kathy Cahill spreads the word about digital accessibility

Health - Psychology - 23.01.2024
History of psychotherapy takes center stage
History of psychotherapy takes center stage
History of psychotherapy takes center stage in concert collaboration Johns Hopkins psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison, Peabody composer Michael Hersch, and Peabody soprano Ah Young Hong collaborate on

Campus - 23.01.2024
A pipe dream come true
A pipe dream come true

Social Sciences - Economics - 22.01.2024
Anthropologist Jane Guyer dies at 80
Anthropologist Jane Guyer dies at 80

Politics - Innovation - 19.01.2024
Understanding the Taiwan elections
Understanding the Taiwan elections

Health - Environment - 19.01.2024
Unreliable mass transit and American public health
Unreliable mass transit and American public health

Health - Campus - 18.01.2024
Balancing act
Balancing act

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 17.01.2024
Are we assigning too much homework?
Are we assigning too much homework?

Health - Pharmacology - 12.01.2024
What to know about JN.1, the latest COVID variant
What to know about JN.1, the latest COVID variant
What you need to know about JN.1, the latest COVID variant Vaccines, tests, and antivirals are still effective tools against the most recent COVID surge, a Johns Hopkins virologist says In early Nove

Health - Pharmacology - 11.01.2024
The pros, cons, and unknowns of popular weight-loss drugs
The pros, cons, and unknowns of popular weight-loss drugs
Are in-demand drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy safe and effective? Gastroenterologist Sameer Khan of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine explains Nearly 42% of American adults were obese from 2017 to 2020, up from roughly 30% in 2000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

History / Archeology - Philosophy - 09.01.2024
Jerome Schneewind dies at 93
Jerome Schneewind dies at 93

Health - Social Sciences - 08.01.2024
10 recognized for outstanding community service
10 recognized for outstanding community service

Health - Innovation - 05.01.2024
Hopkins AITC announces additional awardees of second funding round
Hopkins AITC announces additional awardees of second funding round

Law - Innovation - 02.01.2024
Who owns Mickey Mouse?
Who owns Mickey Mouse?
Mickey Mouse, one of the most iconic cartoon characters of all time and Walt Disney's most endearing creation, is now in the public domain: The copyright on the landmark animated short Steamboat Willie -the earliest appearance of Mickey Mouse-expired at the start of 2024.

Music - 21.12.2023
Faculty, staff pick their favorite albums of 2023
Faculty, staff pick their favorite albums of 2023

Health - Life Sciences - 20.12.2023
Two selected to National Academy of Inventors
Two selected to National Academy of Inventors

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 19.12.2023
Public humanities breaks down barriers

History / Archeology - Campus - 18.12.2023
J.G.A. Pocock dies at 99
J.G.A. Pocock dies at 99

Health - Linguistics / Literature - 18.12.2023
Ations from Hopkins scholars and experts
Ations from Hopkins scholars and experts

Social Sciences - 15.12.2023
JHU welcomes first members of Class of 2028
JHU welcomes first members of Class of 2028

Religions - 12.12.2023
Latkes vs. hamantaschen: Experts divided on Jewish holiday foods
Latkes vs. hamantaschen: Experts divided on Jewish holiday foods

Health - Pharmacology - 12.12.2023
More sickle cell patients could benefit from transplant
More sickle cell patients could benefit from transplant
More sickle cell patients could benefit from bone marrow transplant 'Half-matched' bone marrow transplants can cure sickle cell disease in 88% of patients, according to research co-led by Johns Hopki

Campus - 11.12.2023
Bananas, sleighs, and gears, oh my!
Bananas, sleighs, and gears, oh my!

Health - Campus - 08.12.2023
Ted DeWeese named next dean, CEO of Medicine
Ted DeWeese named next dean, CEO of Medicine

Economics - Social Sciences - 05.12.2023
Survey explores how people feel about living in Baltimore
Survey explores how people feel about living in Baltimore
Report: Baltimoreans distrust government, fear police, and face transportation issues, but like their neighborhoods Inaugural survey by Johns Hopkins 21st Century Cities Initiative benchmarks sentime

Psychology - Health - 04.12.2023
Tabletop Therapy
Tabletop Therapy
Tabletop Therapy: How Dungeons & Dragons can improve mental health Staff psychologist William Nation offers an innovative approach to counseling with his D&D therapy group Over the past few years, Du

Campus - Social Sciences - 29.11.2023
Fulfilling the promise
Fulfilling the promise

Sport - Health - 29.11.2023
Playing defense against concussions
Playing defense against concussions
Johns Hopkins football player Carter Hogg creates device to reduce risk of concussion Carter Hogg remembers the scary football hits.

Environment - 27.11.2023
Better flood damage forecasting
Better flood damage forecasting
Johns Hopkins research makes waves with better flood damage forecasting Natural disaster risk modeling provides a reliable and affordable way for governments to estimate expected damage caused by riv

Health - Career - 27.11.2023
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid, underrepresented
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid, underrepresented
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid and underrepresented in U.S. academia New research from the Disability Health Research Center reveals significant pay disparities among STEM PhD holders across all employment sectors New research from the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center suggests that PhD graduates in science, technology, engineering, and medicine in the U.S. who were born with disabilities or became disabled before age 25 earn $14,360 less per year in academia than those without disabilities.

Environment - Electroengineering - 27.11.2023
'Freezer Challenge' helps Hopkins labs reduce energy consumption
’Freezer Challenge’ helps Hopkins labs reduce energy consumption
Participating JHU labs were able to lower their energy use by a collective 1,202 kWh per day, the equivalent of the energy needed to power 39 single family homes More than 1,500 ultra-low temperature lab freezers are maintained across Baltimore by Johns Hopkins University.