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School of Arts and Sciences

Brain researcher honored

January 23, 2015 2:06:00 pm
Lisa Feigenson receives $75,000 Troland Research Award from NAS for her ongoing investigation of early brain development, number sense
This and that

Major addition

January 22, 2015 10:43:00 am
New interdisciplinary major at Krieger School will give undergraduates chance to pursue both natural sciences and humanities

Astrophysicist shares honor

January 16, 2015 1:20:00 pm
Marc Kamionkowski receives Dannie Heineman Prize for his scientific contributions to our understanding of the universe
Milky Way rays

Space molecule mystery

January 8, 2015 3:50:00 pm
Analysis of light of hundreds of thousands of space objects yields clues about century-old celestial puzzle

Curating in the digital age

Jan-Feb 2015
Students learn to ask new questions of material culture in Program in Museums and Society course / Gazette
Ask an expert

Why care about Mars?

Jan-Feb 2015
Assistant professor from Earth and Planetary Sciences ponders our fascination with the Red Planet / Gazette
Film credit

'Particle Fever" wins award

December 23, 2014 10:39:00 am
Documentary produced by JHU Professor David Kaplan chronicles discovery of so-called 'God particle' at Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland

Stephen G. Nichols receives Humboldt Research Award

December 22, 2014 12:30:00 pm
Prestigious award recognizes longtime researchers who have had an impact and who will continue producing cutting-edge achievements in the future
Nightmare fuel

Krampus is coming to town

December 11, 2014 9:15:00 am
Hairy, scary mythological beast of European folklore becomes symbol of winter revelry / The Baltimore Sun

Feeling powerless

Winter 2014
Chris Nealon's new collection of poems move with a pop song's accessibility while freighting the emotional weight of a short story. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Plantibodies v. Ebola

Winter 2014
The development of experimental Ebola drug ZMapp has its experimental roots in the lab of Johns Hopkins biophysicist Richard Cone. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Roof roosts

Winter 2014
On the roof of JHU's Ames Hall, bats and owls vie for space / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Long shadow of a poor start

Winter 2014
For 25 years, Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander and his colleague followed the lives of 790 children growing up in a variety of Baltimore neighborhoods. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Way out there

The science of extraterrestrial life

Winter 2014
The millennia-old question will be answered in our lifetime. Maybe. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Hardscrabble years

Winter 2014
The reasons Eileen Tumulty is so driven to improve her lot in life are obvious from the first pages of the unsentimental debut novel by Matthew Thomas. / Johns Hopkins Magazine