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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University August 22, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 42

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A Digital Rebirth for A WWII Film
Archive footage shows JH Hospital unit at work in the Pacific Theater

Nurses with the 18th General Hospital model gas masks as they unpack supplies

The amateur film of the Johns Hopkins Hospital unit during World War II had warped and deteriorated so much that Dale Levitz, Hopkins medical video producer, could barely make out the film�s shadowy figures. "Most of the film appeared grainy and dark," she said. "The film was also somewhat shrunken, making it jump in the viewer and difficult to watch."
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JHU names investment officer
The university has created a new job to meet new demands. And it's hired someone new, with a very new and different background, to fill the position.
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JHU-led center to study, develop e-voting systems
A federally funded center dedicated to improving the reliability and trustworthiness of voting technology, drawing on experts in computer science, public policy and human behavior, will be based at The Johns Hopkins University, the National Science Foundation announced Aug. 15. Researchers from five other institutions nationwide will participate in the project, which is aimed at addressing public concerns about the growing use of electronic voting machines in local, state and national elections.
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APL legend and former director Alexander Kossiakoff, 91

Psychologist Julian C. Stanley, 87, pioneer in gifted education

Engineer Charles ReVelle, 67, creator of location analysis

Jose Monleon, 55, vice chair of Roanmce Languages, Litertures

Integrataive Med offers alternatives

Grant will enhance virtual medieval manuscript collection

APL and SPH helping to slam door on prison violence

Poweful mineral mapper CRISM is headed to Mars

Protein linked to growth of organs and cancer, JHU scientist find


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