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Rocky relationships
2.5 billion years of breaking up and getting back together
Published Aug 7, 2019
A new study led by scientists at Hopkins shows how plate tectonics has evolved during the Earth's 4.56-billion-year history
Brain science
Study may shed light on age-related cognitive decline
Published Aug 5, 2019
In some older adults, fibers connecting the front and back of the brain have been damaged over the years, making it harder to recall information
Biomedical engineering
Device could expand access to lifesaving breast cancer treatments
Published July 16, 2019
Tissue-freezing probe developed by Hopkins students would offer an affordable, widely available alternative for women in low-resource settings

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Don’t Miss a Beat: Computer Simulations May Treat Most Common Heart Rhythm Disorder
Published Aug 19, 2019
Scientists at Johns Hopkins have successfully created personalized digital replicas of the upper chambers of the heart and used them to guide the precise treatment of patients suffering from persistent... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Tariq Al-Sabir On “I Care If You Listen”
Published Aug 18, 2019
Tariq Al-Sabir (BM ’15, Voice) was interviewed on “I Care If You Listen” about his recent premiere run of #UNWANTED at The Shed in New York. In the interview, he talks about defining himself... / The Peabody Post
Stephen A. Slater Accepts Second Horn Position
Published Aug 14, 2019
Stephen A. Slater (GPD ‘15, Horn) accepted a one-year position as second horn of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra for this coming 2019-20 season. / The Peabody Post
Rubén Portillo Wins Scholarship
Published Aug 14, 2019
Junior Rubén Portillo, guitar, was awarded a Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation Scholarship. This one-time scholarship is only awarded to 40 students world-wide. / The Peabody Post
Du Yun’s Music in Brooklyn Rider’s Latest Work
Published Aug 14, 2019
Faculty artist Du Yun, composition, will have her piece I am my own Achilles heel, a form that would never shape performed as a part of Brooklyn Rider’s latest work “Healing Modes” in April 2020... / The Peabody Post
Ian Blanchardon Featured in Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
Published Aug 12, 2019
Senior Ian Blanchardon, guitar, runs an app startup called “Blismo,” for which he was featured in an article on Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures. The article describes the app and how Blachardon finds... / The Peabody Post
Constance Ui-Seng Francois to Make Broadway Debut in 2020
Published Aug 8, 2019
Peabody dance sophomore Constance Ui-Seng Francois will make her Broadway debut in the upcoming West Side Story revival in the ensemble. The opening of the show is set for February 6, 2020 in New York... / The Peabody Post
Sun-A Park Releases CD
Published Aug 8, 2019
Doctoral candidate Sun-A Park, piano, released a CD “Clementi: Keyboard Sonatas, Opp. 2, 7, 9 & 12.” The recording is now available on Amazon and was released on Naxos. / The Peabody Post
Marin Alsop on Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me
Published Aug 8, 2019
Marin Alsop was interviewed on “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me” on NPR Podcasts. / The Peabody Post
Dark Matter May Be Older Than The Big Bang, Study Suggests
Published Aug 8, 2019
Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe’s mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
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