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Like many 10-year-olds, Nick Wald takes private lessons. His once-a-week tutor isn't helping him with piano scales or Spanish conjugations, but teaching him how to code.
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A large team of experts led by a Johns Hopkins geriatrician reports that efforts to improve the care of older adults and others with complex medical needs will fall short unless public policymakers focus not only on preventing hospital readmission rates, but also on better coordination of community-based "care transitions."
U.S. News and World Report ranked the Johns Hopkins University 's School of Education No.
The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics has marked a major milestone in its history with the endowment of its directorship, ensuring leadership for the institute's programs in perpetuity.
The inaugural grant will help to fund a project under the direction on , M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology at Johns Hopkins University.
Anthony Carboni of DNews reports on a recent study conducted by Johns Hopkins University .
At this stage in the rollout of Google Glass, it may seem the gadget's "cool factor" exceeds its practicality.
A former National Science Foundation director is scheduled to speak next week at the University of Notre Dame as the school continues its year-long series of events focusing on women in leadership.
Washington, March 9 : A new study has revealed that most preschoolers and kindergarteners can solve basic algebra questions before even entering a math class.
Former US Defense Secretary Robert Gates listens during a forum discussion at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies on October 22, 2013 in Washington.
Aiming deep inside the brain, drugmakers are testing medicines that may improve learning in people with Down syndrome, an advance unimaginable 50 years ago when many children with the genetic condition were considered hopelessly disabled.
Conservative pundit and author Dr. Ben Carson speaks during the 41st annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord International Hotel and Conference Center on March 8, 2014 in National Harbor, Maryland.
"As you know, I am not a fan of political correctness," Carson told onlookers , drawing cheers.
Millions of high school and college algebra students are united in a shared agony over solving for x and y, and for those to whom the answers don't come easily, it gets worse: Most preschoolers and kindergarteners can do some algebra before even entering a math class.
A NASA spacecraft sees a volcanic explosion on Jupiter's third-largest moon Incredible footage of an eruption on Io, Jupiter's third moon, considered the most volcanic place in the solar system, has been released by the US space agency.