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Brain science
Octopuses on ecstasy just want hugs
Published Sept 21, 2018
Study of brain chemicals suggests evolutionary link between social behaviors of octopuses, humans
Interdiscplinary scholar
Renowned chemical engineer named BDP
Published Sept 21, 2018
Michael Tsapatsis creates molecular sieve membranes and catalysts to improve industrial efficiency and reduce waste, pollution
Tech Ventures
New innovation hub opens its doors
Published Sept 21, 2018
FastFoward U Homewood features meeting and event spaces, plus a makerspace equipped with laser cutters, 3-D printers, and more
Climate change, superstorms, and civil engineering
Published Sept 21, 2018
Two Hopkins engineers discuss the critical importance of shoring up America's infrastructure to protect from storms like Florence
Heart health
Getting to the heart of cardiac arrhythmia
Published Sept 21, 2018
Computer models help physicians better identify heart tissue to target during cardiac ablation, a procedure to correct irregular heartbeats
HopHacks
Hacking solutions for cities
Published Sept 21, 2018
At biannual hackathon, participants will develop apps aimed at improving urban living
Interdisciplinary
Space@Hopkins seed grants awarded
Published Sept 21, 2018
Interdisciplinary initiative brings together researchers from across the university who focus on civilian space studies
Asteroids
Throwing DARTs at approaching asteroids
Published Sept 21, 2018
APL-led mission will test a technique for deflecting asteroids on a collision course with earth
cyber warfare
Protecting U.S. energy grid from cyber attacks
Published Sept 21, 2018
Paul Stockton, APL senior fellow and former Defense Department official, outlines plan to protect U.S. energy grid through defense and deterrence
Taking the sun's measure
Published Fall 2018
The Parker Solar Probe is on its way to graze the sun, and the data it gathers may help answer some perplexing questions. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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