A small child stands in awe of the enormous moon overhead
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An inside look at NASA’s ambitious moon mission—plus a Cold War retrospective, the Hopkins literary journal that could, a da Vinci-inspired drone, and more in the spring issue of Johns Hopkins Magazine.

Apes remember old friends
Published Spring 2024
A study on apes' surprisingly long memories offers new insight into the evolutionary origins of human social memory / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Chords against cancer
Published Spring 2024
A Johns Hopkins oncologist finds an unlikely side gig—guitarist in Paul Reed Smith's rock band / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Shifting Perspectives
Published Spring 2024
Meet the six Baltimore-based artists whose work will be on permanent display at Johns Hopkins, helping to celebrate the city's flourishing artistic talent and build bridges between the university and surrounding communities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
More nuanced news footage
Published Spring 2024
Cellphone videos are often the first to capture news events. Johns Hopkins researchers are developing a tool to make that footage more searchable and contextualized. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Shaking boxes—for science
Published Spring 2024
What shaking boxes can teach us about how our brains work / Johns Hopkins Magazine