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Hearing the future
Published Nov 2, 2020
Johns Hopkins researchers discover that bats can use echolocation to predict where their prey is headed, providing new insights about how sound can be used to "see"
Computer Science
Dog training methods help JHU teach robots to learn new tricks
Published Oct 26, 2020 Video
Through the kind of positive reinforcement used to train dogs, a robot named Spot was able to learn a new task far faster than usual
Psychological sciences
Babies' random choices become their preferences
Published Oct 2, 2020
We assume we choose things that we like, but research suggests that's sometimes backward: We like things because we choose them, and we dislike things that we don't choose

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Friedheim Library Digitizes Audio Recordings from 1984 National Black Music Theater Symposium
Published Feb 28, 2021
The Friedheim Library has recently digitized the audio recordings of three 1984 concerts featuring works by Black composers. The three-day National Black Music Theater Symposium was held at Peabody in... / The Peabody Post
Amit Peled in The Strad
Published Feb 28, 2021
Cello Professor Amit Peled is featured on The Strad talking about Ernest Bloch’s ‘From Jewish Life’ and how his Jewish identity has become more important over the years leading to him... / The Peabody Post
Duo Sila Releases Traditions Reimagined
Published Feb 27, 2021
Duo Sila – Christina Manceor (MM ’17, Percussion) and Amanda Dame (MM ’19, Flute) – released their inaugural album, Traditions Reimagined, on February 26, 2021. The album explores the infusion... / The Peabody Post
JHU Engineers Develop Drive-thru Type Test to Detect Viral Infections in Bacteria
Published Feb 25, 2021
The pandemic has made clear the threat that some viruses pose to humans. But viruses can also infect life-sustaining bacteria and a Johns Hopkins University-led team has developed a test to determine if... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Falling Globally and in the U.S., Survey Finds
Published Feb 24, 2021
Data collected in 23 countries in last two weeks of January reveal overall drop in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance, with increased acceptance in nine countries. / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Joe Montcalmo Presents Rethinking Engagement at Curtis Institute
Published Feb 24, 2021
Joseph Montcalmo, Peabody’s Director of Academic Technology and Instructional Design, was invited to present at the Curtis Institute’s faculty in-service day on January 15, 2021. The hour-long professional... / The Peabody Post
New Blood Pressure-Lowering Guidelines Could Benefit 25 Million Americans with Chronic Kidney Disease
Published Feb 23, 2021
A recommendation for more intensive blood pressure management from an influential global nonprofit that publishes clinical practice guidelines in kidney disease could, if followed, benefit nearly 25 million... / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Boston Chamber Symphony Creates Multimedia Presentation About William Grant Still
Published Feb 19, 2021
The Boston Chamber Symphony, including alumni Avlana Eisenberg (GPD ’08, Conducting), music director, and Brian Bunnell (BM ’03, Music Education; PC ’03, Trumpet), trumpet, created a multimedia presentation... / The Peabody Post
Barrueco Featured in Acoustic Guitar
Published Feb 19, 2021
Professor Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75, Guitar) is featured in the March/April 2021 issue of Acoustic Guitar. In the article, Barrueco talks about his new album Music from Cuba and Spain, Sierra: Sonata... / The Peabody Post
Composition Alumni Named Copland House CULTIVATE Fellows
Published Feb 18, 2021
Nicholas Bentz (BM ’17, Composition, Violin; MM ’18, Violin), Bobby Ge (MM ’20, Composition), and Daniel Reza Sabzghabaei (MM ’17, Composition) have all been named Copland House CULTIVATE fellows.... / The Peabody Post
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