Of Mice and Medicine
By Michael Anft
Research at Johns Hopkins owes a lot to Mus musculus — the
mighty house mouse, made mightier by genetic engineering.
By Dale Keiger
Self-described "market nut" Helen Tangires, A&S '78, says that
public food markets aren't just a place to buy local goods.
They're part of our moral economy.
Green Idea! It Might Just
By Siobhan Paganelli, A&S '08
Johns Hopkins leaders aren't the only ones committed to
sustainability. Here are five students who are contributing to a
greener campus and a healthier world.
A Pleasure to Be
By Kathleen Waters Sander
An excerpt from Mary Elizabeth Garrett: Society and Philanthropy
in the Gilded Age tells the surprising story behind Garrett's
founding gift to the School of Medicine.
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Medicine: "HiCy" relieves MS symptoms
Astronomy: Looking for ET on the plane
Genetics: Victor McKusick, Med '46, dies
Peabody: Relax, breathe, play flute
Homewood: Cogenerating lower costs
Public Health: Measuring cultural competency
Arts and Sciences: Grad student killed in
SAIS: The faces of Chinese power
Engineering: Helping ICU patients walk
Research: Did that beaker just moo?
Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered |
Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer |
Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors: Very Small Things
The Big Question:
Is That a Euro in Your Pocket?
Editor's Note: There's Hope
Letters: Reactions to Urban
Essay: Stand and Deliver Promises
Golomb's Gambits™ A Fan
Ruminations: The Agony of Watching
Alumni Notes and
Your Other Life: Entertainment, with Strings