Farewell to the class of 2007
The academic year comes to a close with conferring of
Divya Krishnamurthy would have likely received her
doctorate in chemistry in 2006, but she decided to switch
from the academic fast lane she was on to a slightly more
leisurely pace. Let's say that she wanted a certain someone
to catch up.
Johns Hopkins team finds ring of dark
Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, a team of astronomers
discovered a ghostly ring of dark matter that formed long
ago during a titanic collision between two massive galaxy
clusters. The ring's discovery is among the strongest
evidence yet that dark matter exists.
Students invent protective pouch to enhance cell
A team of Johns Hopkins undergraduates has invented a
device to improve cell therapy for diabetes patients by
anchoring transplanted insulin-producing cells inside a
major blood vessel.