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Latest Releases

Planetary science
Laser tests reveal new insights into key mineral for super-Earths
Published June 12, 2024
High-energy laser experiments led by Johns Hopkins researchers suggest the compound could be the earliest mineral to solidify out of magma oceans in forming "super-Earth" exoplanets
Art + Mind
Baltimore writers to help scientists learn how brain processes stories
Published June 12, 2024
Winners of a new Baltimore writing contest will help Johns Hopkins University neuroscientists learn what happens in the brain when people read stories; deadline extended to July 31
Environmental health
Surprisingly high levels of toxic gas found in Louisiana
Published June 11, 2024
The toxic gas ethylene oxide, at levels a thousand times higher than what is considered safe, was detected across parts of Louisiana with a cutting-edge mobile air-testing lab
Webb telescope reveals asteroid collision in neighboring star system
Published June 10, 2024
The observations spotlight the volatile processes that shape star systems like our own, offering a unique glimpse into the primordial stages of planetary formation
Predictive modeling
Report shows benefits of Red Line for Baltimore
Published June 7, 2024
Simulation by JHU data scientists shows proposed Red Line could shorten people's commutes, significantly improve job access
Science visualization
A visualization of everything on Earth
Published June 5, 2024
A new interactive visual depicts everything on the planet Earth, showing, with scientific precision and breathtaking profundity, how man-made things now outweigh all forms of natural life
'Weird' planet endures nearby star's relentless radiation
Published June 5, 2024
Newly discovered 'Phoenix,' nicknamed for its ability to survive extreme conditions near red giant star, offers novel insights into how planets evolve