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Anton Dahbura

  • Associate research scientist
  • Co-director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy
  • Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute
Email
AntonDahbura@jhu.edu
Office phone
410-516-0211

Joseph Silk

  • Research Professor and Homewood Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Email
silk@jhu.edu

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Earth science
Worms are an unlikely hero in evolution, Johns Hopkins scientists say
Published June 3, 2024
Their digging and burrowing sparked a chain of events that released oxygen into the ocean and atmosphere, helping to kick-start what is known as the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event
Bridge safety
Johns Hopkins engineers studying ship collision risk for bridges
Published May 29, 2024
Preliminary results expected this summer on an urgent assessment of the country's bridges
Tech policy
Kara Swisher launches AI interview series in D.C.
Published May 29, 2024
Hopkins Bloomberg Center event kicks off Hopkins' yearlong partnership with Vox Media to convene top minds working at the intersection of tech, science, and public policy
Engineering
Students invent quieter leaf blower
Published May 14, 2024
Patent-pending design by Hopkins undergrads could be available in stores within two years
Artificial intelligence
Chatbots tell us what we want to hear
Published May 13, 2024
JHU-led team finds that chatbots reinforce our biases, providing insight into how AI could widen the public divide on controversial issues
Chemistry
Potential tool against harmful insects
Published May 13, 2024
A way to curb nagging insects has been flying under our radar—an enzyme from fruit fly testes
Animal cognition
'Surprisingly strategic' mice think like babies
Published April 26, 2024
Findings by Johns Hopkins neuroscientists deepen our understanding of animal cognition