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HIV/AIDS
New method aims to optimize HIV treatments
Published Feb 23, 2024
Johns Hopkins team develops a way to personalize antiretroviral therapy to reduce side effects 
Robotics
Meet RoboDrop, the superbug slayer
Published Feb 23, 2024
Hopkins researchers develop robotic platform capable of rapidly screening multiple combinations of antibiotics simultaneously to find the most potent mixtures
Tower of power
Annual contest gets students noodling around
Published Feb 23, 2024
National Engineers Week competition pits area middle schoolers against Hopkins undergrads to build the tallest tower out of pasta and marshmallows
Environmental health
Superfood safety
Published Feb 21, 2024
Novel chemical analysis by a Johns Hopkins-led team provides insight into safety of Maryland-grown kale
Awards+Honors
Five JHU scientists named Sloan Research Fellows
Published Feb 20, 2024
Stephen Fried, Benjamin Grimmer, Justus Kebschull, Jonathan Lynch, and Yahui Zhang recognized for their potential to become leaders in their respective fields
Artificial intelligence
Improving AI accuracy in medical settings
Published Feb 20, 2024
Johns Hopkins and Columbia University computer scientists combat the inaccurate correlations that artificial intelligence learns from text data
Artificial intelligence
AI innovation helps create authentic, pitch perfect vocals
Published Feb 12, 2024
Neural network Diff-Pitcher, developed at Johns Hopkins University, breaks barriers in pitch-correction technology
'U.S. News' Rankings
Engineering online programs again ranked among nation's best
Published Feb 7, 2024
Three Whiting School of Engineering online programs now occupy the No. 1 spot
Biology
Scientists pinpoint key to evolution of bird flight
Published Feb 6, 2024
By pairing PET scans of modern pigeons with studies of dinosaur fossils, scientists learn why some vertebrates fly
Astrophysics
Which came first: black holes or galaxies?
Published Feb 6, 2024
Black holes not only existed at the dawn of time, they birthed new stars and supercharged galaxy formation, a new analysis of James Webb Space Telescope data suggests
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