Archived articles


Simulations show aftermath of black hole collision
Published Feb 22, 2023
The work, led by Johns Hopkins researchers, shows how a remnant black hole sends gravitational waves like ripples in a pond
Artificial Intelligence
ChatGPT's implications for higher ed
Published Feb 20, 2023
As the new tech makes waves in education, scholars from Hopkins and UPenn discuss promising applications—and potential pitfalls
Defending Baltimore against climate change
Published Feb 15, 2023
A new partnership between Baltimore researchers and community organizations, led by Johns Hopkins University, has received funding to advance understanding of environmental conditions at the neighborhood level and prioritize environmental justice
Faculty Honors
Mathematician Ziquan Zhuang receives Sloan Research Fellowship
Published Feb 15, 2023
Zhuang, recognized for his contributions in the field of algebraic geometry, is one of 126 outstanding early-career researchers honored
In Memoriam
Genetic medicine pioneer Barbara Migeon dies at 91
Published Feb 9, 2023
Migeon, the sixth woman to reach the rank of professor at the School of Medicine, remembered for dedication to education, influential research
Artificial Intelligence
Where is ChatGPT taking us? And do we want to follow?
Published Feb 9, 2023
Johns Hopkins computer scientist Daniel Khashabi discusses the pros and cons of the revolutionary natural-language processing tool—and predicts where it may head in the future
Faculty honors
AI expert Rama Chellappa elected to National Academy of Engineering
Published Feb 7, 2023
Chellappa, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in electrical and computer engineering and biomedical engineering, is among 106 new members and 18 international members selected
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