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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 30, 2006 | Vol. 36 No. 9

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Early Bronze Age mortuary uncovered
Human, animal skeletons indicate possible royal cemetery, ritual sacrifice

Glenn Schwartz excavates equid skeletons in one of at least eight tombs located near each other in Umm el-Marra in northern Syria.

An ancient, untouched Syrian tomb that wowed the archaeological world on its discovery by Johns Hopkins University researchers nearly six years ago has revealed another secret: It is not alone.
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Stem cell center at JHU expected to speed research
In a novel effort to simplify and speed up safe human stem cell research, Johns Hopkins has set up a "one-stop shop" to preserve, create, supply and test high-quality cell lines for its own researchers now and the greater scientific community later.
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New Goal for Campaign: $3.2 Billion
Johns Hopkins this weekend raised its Knowledge for the World campaign goal to $3.2 billion, saying that society faces formidable new challenges and more than ever needs what Hopkins produces: discoveries that make a difference.
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Twin APL-built, solar-studying spacecraft successfully launched

How cosmetics led to the creation of a new field of science

Upgrade set for Homewood and Mount Washington phone systems

HopkinsOne: First group of users gets hands-on training

Farewell to Bill Snow, guardian of JHU's assets for 20 years

Ticket to Hell and Bach

SPH study: Diabetes not same for all ages; treatment goals may differ

Cardiovascular researcher named M. Adelaide Nutting Professor at SoN


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