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Hopkins researcher Gregg Semenza wins Nobel Prize
Published Oct 7, 2019
His studies on how cells respond to low oxygen levels have the potential to result in treatments for a variety of illnesses
Cell biology
Buttoned-up biology finding
Published Oct 10, 2019
Hopkins researchers find that some DNA strands button up to condense in size and bring chromosome pairs together
Quantum physics
A building block of future computing?
Published Oct 10, 2019
Researchers discover a superconductor that naturally exists between two states, a finding that could pave the way for more complex computing in the future

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Peabody Returns to Haiti to Teach
Published Oct 13, 2019
This summer, voice master’s student Miranda Brugman, Thomas Swain (BM ’19, Voice), and Benjamin Buchanan (MM ’14, Composition; MM ’15, Theory Pedagogy) traveled to Haiti to teach at a summer music... / The Peabody Post
Lan Zhang Wins Viola Position
Published Oct 13, 2019
GPD student Lan Zhang (BM ’17, Viola) won a section position in the Indianapolis Symphony. / The Peabody Post
The Evolution Contemporary Music Series Featured in Baltimore Sun
Published Oct 12, 2019
The Evolution Contemporary Music Series has been featured in an article in The Baltimore Sun about their upcoming concert series. Founded by Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition), Evolution... / The Peabody Post
Magy Hernandez Participates in El Sistema Panel Discussion
Published Oct 11, 2019
Conservatory first-year student Magy Hernandez, one of the first recipients of a new El Sistema USA/Peabody Scholarship and an alumna of the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, an El Sistema USA member organization,... / The Peabody Post
ADVISORY: New Indigenous People’s Day at JHU Re-imagines Columbus Day
Published Oct 11, 2019
Indigenous Peoples Day is a new tradition at Johns Hopkins University that celebrates a vital population in our community. A reimagining of Columbus Day, the event will honor the rich heritage of Indigenous... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Ching-Yi Lin Wins Third Place
Published Oct 11, 2019
Doctoral candidate Ching-Yi Lin, piano, won third prize in the Fifth Marbella International Music Competition, which was held in Malaga, Spain. He has won the opportunity to perform a recital in Spain... / The Peabody Post
Jacomo Bairos Releases Album, Makes Debut
Published Oct 10, 2019
Jacomo Bairos (GPD ’11, Conducting) will release a new album with his ensemble Nu Deco after the announcement of their fifth season. Later this season, Bairos will make his debut with the Cincinnati... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Alumni Earns Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service
Published Oct 10, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) alumna and Congresswoman Lauren Underwood has earned the Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service from the Johns Hopkins University. / News
Johns Hopkins Researchers Discover Superconducting Material That Could Someday Power Quantum Computer
Published Oct 10, 2019
Quantum computers with the ability to perform complex calculations, encrypt data more securely and more quickly predict the spread of viruses, may be within closer reach thanks to a new discovery by Johns... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Bobby Ge Wins Third Place
Published Oct 10, 2019
Master’s candidate Bobby Ge, composition, received third place for his composition, A Darkling Solstice Psaltery, at the Second Annual International Music Competition of Harbin, from a jury including... / The Peabody Post
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