Chasing the Great
By Michael Anft
Adam Riess' discovery that "dark energy" is making the
universe expand faster and faster has changed our
fundamental understanding of physics.
By Maria Blackburn
We scoured the newspapers and surveyed the schools —
for this, our list of 20 bright ideas that came out of
Johns Hopkins in 2007.
By Rich Shea
Rich Hollander, A&S '70, knew little of his father's life
in Poland. Then he found a briefcase full of letters
written in a language he couldn't read.
Drugs vs. Bugs
By Dale Keiger
As antibiotics make germs ever deadlier, Johns Hopkins
researchers race to make hospitals safer for patients. And
the bugs are always a step ahead.
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Business: Yash Gupta gets down to
Peabody: Barrueco scores a Grammy
Research: Federal expense cap
APL: Blasts cause delayed brain
Engineering: Modeling turbine
Students: A little "sadism" helps land
Ethics: Born too young
SAIS: A problem of perception
Education: Pedagogy by video games
In memoriam: FUSE comes to an end
Public Health: Agre returns to seek malaria
Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered |
Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer |
Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors to the January
The Big Question:
Why Does Equal Media Treatment Matter?
Editor's Note: Now That We're All
Letters: On Equality
Essay: Not Recommended
Alumni Notes and
Your Other Life: Of Books and