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Science+Technology

Mapping the universe's origin story
Published Fall 2021
The long-awaited James Webb Space Telescope, which launches in December, will help astronomers understand the birth, evolution, and future of our universe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Psychedelics
Breathwork to treat PTSD
Published Fall 2021
An upcoming, first-of-its kind study hopes to prove that Holotropic Breathwork therapy can treat PTSD in veterans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mapping climate change data
Published Fall 2021
When David Marvin launched Salo Sciences in 2016, he had one goal in mind: Give people in all sectors, and in the general public, access to clear and accurate data about climate change. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A study in urban agriculture
Published Fall 2021
A new report that examined soil, water, and produce from urban farms and gardens in Baltimore City found levels of lead and other metals low enough that they should pose no reason for concern at a majority of growing sites / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Robotics
Robot programming for everyday people
Published Sept 24, 2021
New Demoshop software makes it easier to teach robots to help in the workplace
Five PhD students named Siebel Scholars
Published Sept 22, 2021
Annual award recognizes world's top graduate students in bioengineering, computer science, energy science, and business
JHTV
JHTV's billion dollar year
Published Sept 22, 2021
Startup companies founded at Johns Hopkins had a record-setting fiscal year, raising more than $1 billion in funding
Hopkins chemist aims to develop longer-lasting, sustainable materials
Published Sept 22, 2021
Rebekka Klausen joins Center for the Chemistry of Molecularly Optimized Networks with focus on increasing the lifetime of synthetic rubbers and designing plastics that can decompose upon a chemical trigger
Brain science
Enticed by pumpkin spice
Published Sept 21, 2021
Perception researchers Jason Fischer and Sarah Cormiea explain how it's the scent that triggers autumnal memories and leaves us reaching for our wallets
Education
Experts: Schools need better data to assess risks
Published Sept 20, 2021
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center aims to provide vital, localized views of the pandemic to help school leaders make difficult decisions