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Economics - Innovation - 28.09.2023
Community remembers 'a bright shining star' of Baltimore's tech startup ecosystem
Community remembers ’a bright shining star’ of Baltimore’s tech startup ecosystem

Physics - Career - 27.09.2023
New Provost's Postdoctoral Fellows
New Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellows

Environment - 27.09.2023
Input sought on sustainability plan
Input sought on sustainability plan

Politics - History / Archeology - 27.09.2023
History on the move in D.C
History on the move in D.C

Campus - 26.09.2023
JH Accountability Board seeks new members
JH Accountability Board seeks new members

Innovation - Pedagogy - 26.09.2023
Educators should embrace AI and ChatGPT, JHU experts say
Educators should embrace AI and ChatGPT, JHU experts say
Johns Hopkins experts advise educators to embrace AI and ChatGPT Panelists discuss the pros and cons of using generative chatbots like ChatGPT in the classroom, express optimism that AI can ultimatel

Life Sciences - Health - 25.09.2023
Pain treatment pioneer Donlin Long dies at 89
Pain treatment pioneer Donlin Long dies at 89

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.09.2023
Crunchtime for coders
Crunchtime for coders

Health - Innovation - 21.09.2023
Student team among Collegiate Inventors Competition finalists
Student team among Collegiate Inventors Competition finalists
Johns Hopkins student entrepreneurs among Collegiate Inventors Competition finalists The team developed the Bronchosleeve, a novel catheter to improve a common chest surgery procedure A team of Johns

Social Sciences - Law - 21.09.2023
JHPD releases draft policies for review

Health - 19.09.2023
Hopkins center gets $23.5M for epidemic preparedness
Hopkins center gets $23.5M for epidemic preparedness

Environment - Economics - 19.09.2023
New lab tackles net-zero supply chains and industrial policy
New lab tackles net-zero supply chains and industrial policy
Johns Hopkins' Net-Zero Industrial Policy Lab aims to find solutions that can eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from modern supply chains China's efforts in renewable energy, electric vehicles, and

Environment - Electroengineering - 19.09.2023
Researchers join push for 100% renewable energy power grids
Researchers join push for 100% renewable energy power grids
Johns Hopkins researchers join push for 100% renewable energy power grids Funded by the NSF, the new Electric Power Innovation for a Carbon-free Society center will collaborate with international par

Campus - Innovation - 16.09.2023
An ambitious path for JHU's future
An ambitious path for JHU’s future

Health - Physics - 15.09.2023
Tiny tubes target hard-to-treat breast cancer
Tiny tubes target hard-to-treat breast cancer
New nanotech weapon takes aim at hard-to-treat breast cancer Technology developed by Johns Hopkins engineers could eventually treat an aggressive type of breast cancer Breast cancer in its various forms affects more than 250,000 Americans a year.

Health - Life Sciences - 15.09.2023
'Legos' enhance function of natural proteins
’Legos’ enhance function of natural proteins
Researchers enhance the function of natural proteins using 'protein Legos' Breakthrough research from Johns Hopkins has potential implications for treatment of injuries Johns Hopkins engineers have h

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 13.09.2023
Two physics professors receive funding from Simons Foundation
Two physics professors receive funding from Simons Foundation

Politics - 13.09.2023
Blinken makes impassioned case for American diplomacy
Blinken makes impassioned case for American diplomacy

History / Archeology - 12.09.2023
How studying past can shape better future
How studying past can shape better future

Career - 11.09.2023
SAIS hosts first U.S.-ASEAN Institute for Rising Leaders
SAIS hosts first U.S.-ASEAN Institute for Rising Leaders

Health - Pharmacology - 07.09.2023
University announces details of flu vaccine requirement for 2023-24
University announces details of flu vaccine requirement for 2023-24

Chemistry - Environment - 05.09.2023
To reduce carbon emissions, just add water
To reduce carbon emissions, just add water
A strategy developed by a team of Johns Hopkins researchers could lead to more efficient methods for converting carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals and fuels Water could play a crucial role in reducing global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, according to Johns Hopkins engineers.

Life Sciences - 05.09.2023
Gearing up for grad school
Gearing up for grad school
To make it to his first day of classes, Chun-Chiao Yang took the long way to Hopkins by biking over 4,000 miles from San Francisco to Baltimore Being accepted to the Whiting School of Engineering's PhD program in chemical and biomolecular engineering was Chun-Chiao Yang's first challenge.

Health - Social Sciences - 05.09.2023
Director named for new D.C.-based Nursing policy institute
Director named for new D.C.-based Nursing policy institute

Politics - Campus - 05.09.2023
A new minor in civic life

Environment - Earth Sciences - 01.09.2023
EPA eliminates wetlands protections
EPA eliminates wetlands protections
EPA eliminates protections for U.S. wetlands, a major setback for water quality As much as half of the nation's wetlands were recently removed from federal regulations that protected th

Pharmacology - Health - 31.08.2023
Medicare drug price negotiations
Medicare drug price negotiations
First drugs picked for Medicare price negotiations Thanks to the Inflation Reducation Act, Medicare beneficiaries will get transparent drug prices for the first time in history, explains Johns Hopkin

Career - 31.08.2023
Almost 500 students participate in Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program
Almost 500 students participate in Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program
Of these high school and college interns, 274 were placed in 140 departments across the university and health system In 2005, Arnetta Shelton got her first job at Johns Hopkins through the university

Campus - 31.08.2023
JHU’s self-study report ready for review
JHU's Middle States Commission self-study report ready for review As part of the reaccreditation process, the Johns Hopkins University community is invited to submit feedback on the report by Sept.

Architecture - 29.08.2023
The affordable housing crisis
The affordable housing crisis
Monopolies of homebuilders are contributing to a housing crunch in the U.S., preventing millions of residents from buying a home, says Johns Hopkins economist Luis Quintero For most people, buying a house is a big decision.

Politics - 28.08.2023
'All of us have a role to play'
’All of us have a role to play’

Health - Environment - 24.08.2023
New School of Public Health building reaches next stage in planning process
New School of Public Health building reaches next stage in planning process

Health - Life Sciences - 23.08.2023
Hopkins welcomes second cohort of Vivien Thomas Scholars
Hopkins welcomes second cohort of Vivien Thomas Scholars

Life Sciences - Health - 18.08.2023
Jane Carlton joins malaria research institute as director
Jane Carlton joins malaria research institute as director
Leading researcher Jane Carlton joins malaria research institute as director Carlton is recognized for her collaborative efforts with researchers and clinicians working in global public health to tra

Campus - Health - 18.08.2023
A summer of hands-on learning and fun at CTY
A summer of hands-on learning and fun at CTY
After years of pandemic closures, the Center for Talented Youth built back this summer with robust programming at eight sites in Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New York, and California Countl

Politics - Campus - 16.08.2023
Policy solutions to combat drug addiction
Policy solutions to combat drug addiction

Social Sciences - 16.08.2023
Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team expands to East Baltimore
Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team expands to East Baltimore

Politics - Campus - 15.08.2023
Jonas Nahm joins White House Council of Economic Advisers
Jonas Nahm joins White House Council of Economic Advisers

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 15.08.2023
Henson's world
Henson’s world

Computer Science - Innovation - 03.08.2023
University makes major investment in data science, artificial intelligence
University makes major investment in data science, artificial intelligence

Health - Event - 01.08.2023
Parikh calls for scientists to connect with public, policymakers
Sudip Parikh calls for scientists to build bridges with the public and policymakers CEO of AAAS says better science communication is key to dismantling distrust among some legislators and the general

Health - Pharmacology - 31.07.2023
What's in store for the upcoming respiratory virus season?
What’s in store for the upcoming respiratory virus season?
Johns Hopkins epidemiologist David Dowdy says vaccines and a preventative drug for RSV offer hope for a healthier fall and winter Last year's "tripledemic" of flu, COVID-19, and RSV, left many of us wary of what the coming respiratory virus season might bring.

Health - Pharmacology - 31.07.2023
Potential relief from chronic pain
Scrambler therapy may offer lasting relief for chronic pain, Johns Hopkins review suggests Electrical stimulation treatment can yield significant relief for approximately 80%-90% of patients, researchers say A new review paper co-authored by two Johns Hopkins pain experts suggests that scrambler therapy, a noninvasive pain treatment, can yield significant relief for approximately 80%–90% of patients with chronic pain may be more effective than another noninvasive therapy, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, or TENS.

Career - Campus - 27.07.2023
Hopkins helps connect grad students with internship opportunities
Hopkins helps connect grad students with internship opportunities

Health - Career - 26.07.2023
Seed grant funding available for interdisciplinary health research in India
Seed grant funding available for interdisciplinary health research in India

Health - 25.07.2023
Experts urge inclusion for people with disabilities

Mathematics - Campus - 25.07.2023
Applications open for Henderson-Hopkins math tutors
Applications open for Henderson-Hopkins math tutors

Art and Design - 21.07.2023
New mural at Henderson-Hopkins School
New mural at Henderson-Hopkins School

Health - Campus - 21.07.2023
Family Snapshots: A three-decades journey at Johns Hopkins
Family Snapshots: A three-decades journey at Johns Hopkins

Linguistics / Literature - 19.07.2023
From pen to picket line
From pen to picket line