Now you can get the scoop on the latest Johns Hopkins breakthrough before it hits the newspapers. And you don't even need a press pass.
The university's media relations offices are offering e-mail delivery of Hopkins science, medical, health and technology research news releases. Faculty, students, staff, alumni--in fact, anyone anywhere--are eligible to subscribe.
The free service, called JHU News, carries news releases on research from the schools of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, Nursing and Public Health, and from the Applied Physics Laboratory.
The releases are transmitted at the same time they are distributed to journalists worldwide. The only exception is embargoed news, which is for public release only on the publication date of journal articles or at the time of delivery of talks at scientific meetings. JHU News carries those embargoed releases on the release date, and usually before the stories make it into the papers or onto the evening news.
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subscribe JHU_News Your NameYou must subscribe directly from the e-mail address to which you wish your news releases sent.
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