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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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Nicholas Bentz Selected for Wigmore Hall’s Lockdown Commissions Scheme
Published June 20, 2021
Wigmore Hall announced Nicholas Bentz (BM ’17, Composition, Violin; MM ’18, Violin) has been select for its Lockdown Commissions Scheme. Each composer selected will write music reflecting their individual... / The Peabody Post
Matthew Sullivan Sound Editor on Academy Award Winning Film
Published June 17, 2021
Matthew Sullivan (BM ‘17, Recording Arts, Computer Music) was the Sound Editor for “Colette,” a film that recently won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. It was the first... / The Peabody Post
Chef José Andrés and His World Central Kitchen to Receive Goodermote Humanitarian Award
Published June 17, 2021
Chef and restaurateur José Andrés and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen will receive the 2021 Goodermote Humanitarian Award from the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Center for Humanitarian... / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins Experts Available to Discuss Extreme Heat Wave Sweeping the U.S. West
Published June 16, 2021
As triple-digit temperatures scorch millions in California and the Desert West, stoking wildfires and exacerbating drought conditions, Johns Hopkins experts can discuss the environmental and health impacts... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Inna Faliks Releases Reimagined
Published June 14, 2021
Inna Faliks (BM ’99, MM ’01, GPD ’03, Piano) released a new album, Reimagined, on Navona Records on June 11, 2021. The album features nine world premieres of commissioned pieces that are responses... / The Peabody Post
Susan Forscher Weiss Gives a Paper in “Diagrams in Science, Science in Diagrams”
Published June 13, 2021
Associate Professor of Musicology Susan Forscher Weiss will be giving a paper as a workshop participant in the “Diagrams in Science, Science in Diagrams” Conference hosted by the Max Planck... / The Peabody Post
Susan Weiss Chairs Panel at 2021 StageStruck! Conference
Published June 12, 2021
Associate Professor of Musicology Susan Weiss chairs ‘The Business of Broadway’ panel at the 2021 StageStruck! Conference, ‘Reframing the Golden Age,’ hosted online by the University... / The Peabody Post
Chia-Jung Tsay Named One of “World’s Best 20 Under 40 Business School Professors”
Published June 11, 2021
Chia-Jung Tsay (MM ’06, Piano) was named one of the “World’s Best 40 under 40 Business School Professors” by Poets&Quants. Tsay is currently an associate professor at the University... / The Peabody Post
Andrew Marino Guest Lectures/Performs at SUNY Potsdam
Published June 10, 2021
Doctor of Musical Arts in Guitar candidate Andrew Marino will appear as a guest lecturer/performer at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music, presenting his research titled Changing Viewpoints: The Evolution... / The Peabody Post
Sam Pluta Joins Peabody Computer Music Faculty
Published June 10, 2021
Composer, electronics performer, and sound artist Sam Pluta will join the faculty of the Peabody Conservatory as associate professor of computer music, beginning in the fall 2021 semester. Though his work... / The Peabody Post