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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 9, 2007 | Vol. 36 No. 29

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Light shines on Gilman
Renovation will bring home for the humanities into the 21st century

At the heart of the historic building will be a glass-topped atrium where the Homewood community can gather. The bell tower is visible over Memorial Hall.

An iconic Homewood building is on tap to get its gleam back--and shine brighter than ever before. On April 3, the board of trustees' Building and Grounds Committee approved the schematic designs and early work packages for the renovation of Gilman Hall. The long-anticipated project, which has now entered the design development phase, will begin this summer.
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Exploring the scope
Bioethics is for everyone. To prove it, the Berman Institute of Bioethics will host a weeklong (and then some) event designed to showcase the growing importance of bioethics to everyday life, clinical practice, research, public health and public policy.
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Linking lead exposure and learning deficits
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have found evidence that explains exactly how exposure to lead during brain development produces learning deficits.
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JHU Course Catalog: Museums and Controversy

Thinking Out Loud: The 'Irish Miracle'

Mikulski to discuss Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

Salmah Y. Rizvi Named a 2007 Truman Scholar

And the award goes to ...

Heart pump variations in African- and Chinese-Americans


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