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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 12, 2007 | Vol. 36 No. 21

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A journal of their own
Undergrads around the world come together to publish 'Triple Helix'

Leadership of the Johns Hopkins chapter of Triple Helix: Guergana Panayotova, Vishal Changrani, Jia Wang, Okay Kayaoglu and John Ji.

Students at Princeton, Cornell and Johns Hopkins may not see eye-to-eye when it comes to lacrosse, but in the world of science publishing, they apparently dovetail quite nicely. In fact, undergraduates at a number of the world's top universities have moved one degree of separation closer, thanks to an international student-run organization called the Triple Helix and a science journal of the same name.
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Missing data tapes reported
In a joint statement released last week, The Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Hospital announced that they had become aware on Jan. 18 that eight backup computer tapes containing sensitive personal information on about 52,000 university employees had not been returned as expected by a contractor that routinely makes microfiche backups of such data. On Jan. 26, as an intensive investigation was under way, it was learned that a ninth tape, containing less sensitive personal information on approximately 83,000 patients at the hospital, had also not been returned as expected from the contractor.
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JHU ranks first in R&D spending for 27th year
The Johns Hopkins University performed $1.44 billion in science, medical and engineering research in fiscal year 2005, making it the leading U.S. academic institution in total R&D spending for the 27th year in a row, according to a new National Science Foundation ranking.
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JHU launches national search for inaugural Business dean

Johns Hopkins surgeons honored in museum exhibition

Chaplain Sharon Kugler named to post at Yale University

Heartfest 2007

Hopkins History: Police escorts now and then

Sudler Arts Prize nominees sought

'Master switches' found for adult blood-forming stem cells

Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Talley's Folly' opens at Theatre Hopkins

'The Vagina Monologues' to be performed this week

Public awareness could change perceptions about partner violence

Severe form of 'enlarged prostate' disease is discovered

Study finds intern program could reduce job turnover for new nurses


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