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Treating COVID-19
Johns Hopkins engineers develop 3D-printed ventilator splitters
Published April 2, 2020
Their prototype aims to address safety concerns about cross-contamination and correctly managing air flow to patients
Global health
Map tracks coronavirus outbreak
Published Jan 23, 2020
The dashboard, built by a team at the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering and regularly updated with data from the WHO, CDC, and other sources, illustrates how the virus is spreading in China and beyond
Earth and planetary sciences
More pavement, more problems
Published March 5, 2020
Study finds that for every percentage point increase in pavement and impervious surfaces, annual floods increase by 3.3%

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Washington Garcia on KVNO Radio
Published Aug 14, 2020
A performance and interview with Washington Garcia (MM ’98, DMA ’03, Piano) aired on July 22 and 25 on KVNO 90.7, the classical radio station in Omaha, Nebraska. The station aired Garcia’s... / The Peabody Post
John Armato Photographs Out-of-Work Professionals
Published Aug 12, 2020
John Armato (BM ’06, Guitar; MM ’08, Lute), a professional photographer, volunteers with 10,000 Headshots taking resume photos for free helping people rebound in the job market. Armato was... / The Peabody Post
JHU Robotic System Remotely Controls Ventilators In COVID-19 Patient Rooms
Published Aug 12, 2020
August 12, 2020 CONTACT: Doug Donovan Cell: 443-462-2947 @dougdonovan A new robotic system allows medical staff to remotely operate ventilators and other bedside machines from outside... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
ADVISORY: Johns Hopkins to Distribute 85,000 Face Masks to Baltimore Community
Published Aug 12, 2020
With cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Baltimore and new state mandates for mask use, it’s more critical than ever that people living in the city have access to masks. To help get city residents the protection... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Beth Morrison Projects Wins Grant for Du Yun Work
Published Aug 11, 2020
OPERA America has announced that nine companies will be awarded $100,000 in grants for commissioning operas by female composers. The recipients include Beth Morrison Projects for Composition Professor... / The Peabody Post
ADVISORY: Johns Hopkins Political Scientist Available To Discuss Threats To U.S. Democracy Emerging In 2020 Election
Published Aug 11, 2020
A new book released Aug. 11 by Johns Hopkins University political scientist Robert Lieberman and Suzanne Mettler of Cornell University explores the frightening fragility of American democracy when faced... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Inna Faliks Speaks About Her Online Weekly Concerts
Published Aug 10, 2020
Ampersand, a responsive independent arts and culture digital magazine, speaks to Inna Faliks (BM ’99, MM ’01, GPD ’03, Piano) about her online weekly “Corona Fridays” concerts. / The Peabody Post
Non-Fasting Blood Test Can Help Screen Youth for Prediabetes and Diabetes
Published Aug 10, 2020
A simple blood test that does not require overnight fasting has been found to be an accurate screening tool for identifying youth at risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease risk later in life. / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Announces New Inductees in the American Academy of Nursing
Published Aug 10, 2020
Five faculty from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have been selected for induction as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing. / News
Study Suggests Drug Overdose Linked to PTSD
Published Aug 5, 2020
Drug overdoses are psychologically traumatic events that can lead to symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins