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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 31, 2005 | Vol. 35 No. 9

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A new academic building
Much-needed facility becomes a reality with recently announced gift

Michael Armstrong, chairman of the Johns Hopkins Medicine board of trustees, at the gala at which his gift for an educational building was announced.

The evolution of the East Baltimore campus continues as yet another key puzzle piece has been put into place. C. Michael Armstrong, chairman of the Johns Hopkins Medicine board of trustees, has recently committed $20 million to the School of Medicine for the planning and construction of a new education building, the first such facility on the campus in nearly 25 years.
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Informing the public, one Friday at a time
For nearly six decades, the headlines and scientific breakthroughs of the day have come alive Friday afternoons at Johns Hopkins' Applied Physics Laboratory. Where else but the APL Colloquium series can one hear about the capture of Saddam Hussein from the tactical commander of the manhunt operation one week, and how the Earth can be defended from asteroid impacts another?
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Bloomberg School receives $6.7 million contract to investigate health of poor in developing countries
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been awarded a $6.7 million contract to investigate the health of poor residents living in developing countries by the Department for International Development, a British government agency that manages aid to poor countries and works to rid the world of extreme poverty.
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Obituary: Gilbert Olivier Duvalsaint, 19, dies of bacterial infection

VP Robert R. Lindgren to assume presidency of Randolph-Macon

Budgeting schedules moved up to accommodate HopkinsOne

Viagra blunts effects of stress on the human heart

AAAS announces 2005 fellows; three recognized for work at JHU

Stem cells' electric abilities might help their safe clinical use

Gene that helps mosquitoes fight off malaria parasite identified

SoM opens Center for Clinical Global Health Education

Engineering students test building skills with spaghetti and glue

SoM celebrates record percentage of women full professors

Obituary: Engineer Gerard Schlimm, 76, former lecturer, director

New Mood Disorders Center hosts event in D.C.

Pioneering emergency physician appointed to Institute of Medicine

Walter Stark named inaugural Boone Pickens Professor

Simple sugar helps control cell division, JHU scientists find


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