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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 25, 2008 | Vol. 37 No. 23

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Blue Jays ready for battle
With opponents gunning for them, 2007 NCAA lacrosse champs begin defense of their title

On a snowy pre-season day, Coach Dave Pietramala puts the lacrosse team through its paces on the basketball court.

On the eve of the 2008 men's lacrosse season, Blue Jays head coach Dave Pietramala pulled the team inside on a snowy Baltimore day to practice on the O'Connor Recreation Center's basketball courts. With Homewood Field covered in the white stuff, Pietramala didn't want to risk an injury with just three days to go before the opener.
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Mountains of material need saving
Each year, the digital holdings of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions grow exponentially. Just imagine a mountain of electronic records related to research, education, patient care, finance and administration. Now toss on top of that pile digital images, electronic publications and personal faculty papers. The list doesn't end there, but already you have Mt. Everest.
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New technology makes 3-D imaging quicker, easier
Technology invented by scientists from Johns Hopkins and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev can make three-dimensional imaging quicker, easier, less expensive and more accurate, the researchers say.
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Hopkins History: President Gilman and the selection of first faculty

Math Club comes up with winning formula for its skills

Astronomers find one of the brightest galaxies in early universe

Emergency alert text-message system to be tested Wednesday

Johns Hopkins researcher leads effort to create 'proteinpedia'

Pain treatment in the field makes return-to-duty rate soar

In the lab: Keeping at-risk cells from developing cancer

Worth a thousand words: Results paint picture of cancer culprit


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