Keeping the Garrett legacy alive
Visiting sculptors install their provocative work at
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.
Second NanoBio Symposium to focus on
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
Top engineering honor to go to Provost Kristina
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.