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Among the 2014 class will be Kristina M. Johnson, a co-founder of Colorlink Inc. and the University of Colorado Optoelectronics Computing Systems Center.
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Last year, Maryland legalized medical use of marijuana but limited distribution to a small number of approved " academic medical centers ."
The Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth, which now includes 5,000 people, would eventually become the world's longest-running longitudinal survey of what happens to intellectually talented children as they grow up.
The new documentary Particle Fever , which opens today at the Music Box, recounts the opening of the Large Hadron Collider in 2008 and the events leading up to the 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson .
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They are Douglas Doerfler, CEO of MaxCyte and TCM chairman; Dr. DeRionne Pollard, president of Montgomery College; and Christy Wyskiel, senior advisor for Enterprise Development at Johns Hopkins University.
Studying epithelial cells, the cell type that most commonly turns cancerous, Johns Hopkins researchers have identified a protein that causes cells to release from their neighbors and migrate away from healthy mammary, or breast, tissue in mice.
Mark Levinson, director of the absorbing documentary Particle Fever , had a day job that fed right into his film's origins: He was a physicist .
GovSec - the Government Security Conference and Expo, featuring TREXPO , the Law Enforcement Expo, and held in conjunction with CPM East at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. - has developed an agenda featuring hands-on workshops and nearly 40 comprehensive conference sessions led by subject-matter experts to provide ... (more)
I first crossed paths with Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee as a PhD student at the Johns Hopkins University in 2012, where he had come to talk about his highly acclaimed, Pulitzer prize-winning book, The Emperor of all Maladies: A Biography of Cancer.
Just as they had so many times during the past 60 years, Marianna and Albert Frankel stepped onto the dance floor.
A man in California pleaded guilty last year to charges that he hacked into the computers of young women and used their webcams to take nude photos for an extortion scheme.
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.
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."