From this issue: Biologist Jocelyne DiRuggiero wants to answer the age-old question: Are we flying solo in the universe? Hopkins researcher discovers everything we know about Pavlov is wrong On the roof of JHU's Ames Hall, bats and owls vie for space Rediscovering the 'Ode to the Star-Spangled Banner' Remembering a giant: Earl Wasserman In short, supplies Generic drugs have a dodgy past, medical historian says
From this issue: Dwight Watkins, former drug dealer, forges a new identity: D. Watkins, author Peabody Conservatory instructor pens Ask the Past blog The trouble with treating pain Carey School's CityLab teaches virtuous development Urban forager Ava Chin releases new book In Val Wang's memoir, an intimate portrait of Beijing's transformation Roland Park: one of America's first garden suburbs, and built for whites only
From this issue: Mightier than the sword To sleep, perchance to text Larry Hoffman brings the blues to the classical stage Johns Hopkins curators pick their favorite objects from the collections The sex manual in the sock drawer The Institute for Water wants you to value the H₂0 you use Tough jobs
From this issue: Jhpiego program in South Sudan helps mothers survive childbirth David Kaplan's documentary 'Particle Fever' shows the human side of physics The brains behind the Brain Science Institute For a lesson in engineering and stability, look closely at the movement of the knifefish Research shows food deserts more abundant in minority neighborhoods From AMR to 'SNL': Hopkins grad mixes some of the biggest names in music Are mistletoe extract injections the next big thing in cancer therapy?