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Stem cell research
Protein bolsters growth of damaged muscle tissue
Published July 26, 2016
Discovery could contribute to treatments for muscle degeneration caused by aging, diseases such as muscular dystrophy
Urban farming
New fishy business plan
Published July 26, 2016
JHU's aquaponics testing ground gives way to urban teaching farm
Brain science
Free will in the brain
Published July 26, 2016 Video
JHU researchers glimpse the human brain making a purely voluntary decision to act

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Numbers and notes
Published July 26, 2016 Video
JHU summer course teaches the beauty of math through music
Mission impastable
Carb loading
Published July 26, 2016
Aspiring engineers compete in annual Spaghetti Bridge Contest
Space scholar
Nobel laureate Adam Riess named 22nd BDP
Published July 26, 2016
Astrophysicist won 2011 Nobel Prize in physics for his team's discovery that the expansion rate of the universe is accelerating
Flower power?
Magnolia tested as breast cancer treatment
Published July 26, 2016
A compound made from the tree's cones shows promise against tumors spurred by the leptin hormone
Faculty honors
Huganir to lead Society for Neuroscience
Published July 26, 2016
JHU researcher elected president of world's largest organization of scientists, physicians who focus on brain, nervous system
Giant steps
Juno arrives at Jupiter
Published July 26, 2016
Spacecraft, with APL-built JEDI instrument aboard, will aid our understanding of the origin and evolution of Jupiter
Tech ventures
From bench to business
Published July 26, 2016
JHU's Christy Wyskiel helps bring innovations out of the lab and into the marketplace / citybizlist
Cell biology
Hopkins biologist elected to American Philosophical Society
Published July 26, 2016
Allan Spradling's work with fruit flies led to game-changing new concepts in use of stem cells
'Missing link'
Unlocking Jupiter's mysteries
Published July 26, 2016
NASA's Juno spacecraft with Johns Hopkins APL instrument aboard will enter Jupiter's orbit on July 4
Bacteria and cancer risk
Published July 26, 2016
Normal bacterial colonies in human body linked to presence of mouth and throat cancer / Hopkins Medicine
Protecting vital computer networks
Published July 26, 2016
Johns Hopkins scientists lead effort to avert disruption during cyber attack
Biomedical engineering
Back in the game
Published July 26, 2016 Video
Novel controller allows video gamers to compete with their feet
Cognitive science
Knowing vs. remembering
Published July 26, 2016 Video
How an artist, former pilot with amnesia defies conventional wisdom about memory
Ebola protection
Breathing easier
Published July 26, 2016
Mechanical engineering students develop prototypes for more comfortable hood and face mask, battery-powered system that lowers humidity
Cancer research
Kimmel Center joins research consortium
Published July 26, 2016
Four leading cancer centers aim to discover, develop new treatments with support from biopharmaceutical company Celgene