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Understanding the UN report on ozone layer recovery
Published Jan 31, 2023
Assistant professor Scot Miller offers insight on the United Nations' most recent assessment of the Montreal Protocol, which offers good news on the restoration of the ozone layer
Faculty honors
Ten Hopkins researchers named AAAS Fellows
Published Jan 31, 2023
508 scholars recognized for their contributions to astronomy, engineering, neuroscience, and chemistry, as well as biological and medical sciences
How 'zero-trust' could enable safe data exchange in space
Published Jan 30, 2023
Gregory Falco, an expert in autonomous mission resilience, explains why satellites need a new system to enable secure communication
Environmental health
Hairdressers of color exposed to 'concerning' mix of chemicals
Published Jan 26, 2023
A study finds hairdressers of color, compared to women who work in offices, have higher levels of chemicals in their bodies
Mechanical engineering
Study links nano and macro aspects of everyday force
Published Jan 25, 2023
Research findings related to friction could improve the design of personal prosthetic devices and sustainable energy systems
'U.S. News' Rankings
Engineering online programs again ranked among nation's best
Published Jan 24, 2023
The Whiting School of Engineering's online programs were tied at No. 9 and made their first appearance among the programs ranked highest by veterans
How SARS-CoV-2 evolved to counter its own weaknesses
Published Jan 18, 2023
Hopkins researchers say their research can improve our understanding of how the spike protein works and how the virus evolves
Workshop aids understanding of structural racism
Published Jan 18, 2023
Event explores how data science, machine learning can help our understanding of the effects of structural racism on health outcomes
Surprising protein behavior could improve understanding of aging
Published Jan 13, 2023
E. coli proteins lacking the ability to reassemble themselves could one day help scientists rethink studies of the human brain
Health care innovations
Simple spray could keep COVID away
Published Jan 12, 2023
Hopkins engineers have developed a method to prevent harmful viruses from entering the lungs, blocking the spread of COVID-19 and influenza with a nasal spray
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