Farewell to Miss Minnie
One of the university's longest-serving staff members set
An extraordinary woman whom some call the face of Johns
Hopkins will retire this month after
more than six decades of service.
Finding that one-in-a-billion
Errors in the genetic code can give rise to cancer and
a host of other diseases, but finding
these errors can be more difficult than looking for the
proverbial needle in the haystack. Now,
scientists at Johns Hopkins have uncovered how the tiny
protein machines in cells tasked to search
for potentially life-threatening genetic damage actually
recognize DNA errors.
Promoting child safety with computer
Computer technology that provides parents with customized
safety information can be an
effective way to help their children avoid injury,
according to a
study by researchers at the Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the
Johns Hopkins Children's Center.