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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 28, 2008 | Vol. 37 No. 32

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Keeping the Garrett legacy alive
Visiting sculptors install their provocative work at Evergreen Museum

James Archer Abbott, curator of Evergreen, where Sharon Engelstein's 'Green Golly' peeks out from the columns.

Hyungsub Shin's sculpture Rhizome adheres to Evergreen's Carriage House wall like a camouflaged alien invader, which in many respects it is. Thankfully for the peaceful citizens of Baltimore, Rhizome is benign art, not some B-movie monster bent on wanton destruction.
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Second NanoBio Symposium to focus on cancer
An estimated 600 experts on nanobiotechnology — a science that develops tools and machinery at the scale of one-billionth of a meter — are expected to attend this week's second annual Johns Hopkins NanoBio Symposium.
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Top engineering honor to go to Provost Kristina Johnson
Kristina M. Johnson, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, has been selected to receive the John Fritz Medal, widely considered the highest award in the engineering profession.
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New Model for Business Education

Visiting from Annapolis

Spring fare at Homewood

Friends of JHU Libraries awards student book collectors

Phi Beta Kappa inducts new members

Design begins on twin probes that will study radiation belts

'Green' engineering grows more common in the classroom

Study: Different processes govern sight and light detection

Multicenter study suggests new genetic markers for Crohn's

Poet Linda Pastan to give annual Joshua Ringel Memorial Reading

Play by Writing Sems major takes top honor at Kennedy Center

Detection of cancer stem cells increases risk for poor outcome

Mock CPR 'codes' expose weaknesses in emergency responses


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