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Johns Hopkins Launches a Security Degree for the 21st Century 05/09
Facebook 101: Students Unveil New Applications for Social Web Site 01/09
'Deal of the Year' Award Goes to Johns Hopkins Tech Transfer 12/08
JHU-led Team Wins Supercomputing Storage Challenge 12/08
'Enlightened' Atoms Stage Nano-Riot Against Uniformity 11/08
Johns Hopkins 'Building a Biotech Bridge to China' 10/08
JHU Launches Online Certificate in Geographic Information Systems 09/08
Media Advisory: Johns Hopkins Professor Available to Discuss Barack Obama's Decision to Electronically Announce His Choice for Vice President 08/08
$2 Million Computer Will Help Unravel Major Medical Ailments 07/08
New Superconductors Present New Mysteries, Possibilities 06/08
JHU Biotech Program, U.S. Army Enter Collaborative Relationship 05/08
Courses Encourage Innovation for Competitive Advantage 05/08
New Technology Makes 3-D Imaging Quicker, Easier 02/08
"Lab on a Chip" Mimics Brain Chemistry 02/08
Media Advisory: Students to Race Flippy Cars' Powered by Mousetraps, Rubber Bands 12/07
Media Advisory: Johns Hopkins Holds Lego Robot Competition 12/07
Together We Stand: Bacteria Organize to Survive Hostile Zones 11/07
Finger-Friendly 'Tactile Interface' Could Aid Blind Computer Users 11/07
Biotech Students "From Bangalore to Baltimore" Can Study Online 11/01
Thumb-Size Microsystem Enables Cell Culture and Incubation 10/07
Grant Will Fund Interdisciplinary Study of Human Language 07/07
Discovery of "Hidden" Quantum Order Improves Prospects for Quantum Super Computers 07/07
Johns Hopkins Researcher to Get Technology Medal at White House 07/07
Language Technology Center Funded at Johns Hopkins 06/07
Computer Tool Helps Pinpoint Risky Gene Mutations 02/07
Snake-Like Robot and Steady-Hand System Could Assist Surgeons 12/06
Computer Scientists Unravel Language of Surgery 12/06
JHU/Illinois Team Wins Bandwidth Bowl 12/06
Mid-Term Elections Sources from Johns Hopkins University 10/06
Blakeslee Named Acting Director of Technology Transfer 10/06
Johns Hopkins Joins Effort to Boost 'Smart Tag' Security 09/06
Report: Computing Poised to Change the Way Science Is Done 05/06
Johns Hopkins to Offer Online Master's Degree in Bioinformatics 01/06
Memory Design Breakthrough Can Lead to Faster Computers 01/06
Johns Hopkins-led Center Will Study and Develop Voting Technologies 08/05
Provost Undergraduate Research Award: Artificial Antenna Helps 'Cockroach Robot' Scurry along Walls 03/05
Johns Hopkins Offers Three New Online Classes for Engineering Professionals 01/05
RFID Chips in Car Keys and Gas Pump Pay Tags Carry Security Risks 01/05
$1.2 Million from Moore Foundation Funds Data Analysis Research 11/04
Media Advisory: Computer Scientists Release Study on Venezuelan Referendum 09/04
Johns Hopkins Collaborates on Digital Preservation Project 07/04
Security Experts Urge U.S. to Abandon Internet Voting Plan 01/04
Johns Hopkins Technology Will Guide Hybrid Undersea Robot 12/03
Media Advisory: How Blogs and the Internet are Impacting the 2004 Presidential Campaign 11/03
Johns Hopkins Names New Chief Information Security Officer 10/03
Statement from Avi Rubin Regarding the Report by Science Application International Corporation on Maryland's Proposed Electronic Voting System 09/03
Statement of Avi Rubin on relationship with VoteHere Inc. 08/03
Electronic Voting Security Flaws: Johns Hopkins Researchers Respond to Diebold Analysis 08/03
Electronic Voting System is Vulnerable to Tampering 07/03
Johns Hopkins to Offer Joint MS/MBA Program for Biotechnology 07/03
NSF Grant Will Fund Information Security Scholarships 06/03
Web-based Attacks Could Create Chaos in the Physical World 05/03
Johns Hopkins to Offer Master's Degree in Security Informatics 02/03
Hopkins Symphony's Concert Will Be a Multimedia Production
Johns Hopkins Uses IBM Technology in Heart Disease Research 02/03
Media Advisory: Lego Surgery Contest 01/03
Technology Review Hails Johns Hopkins Researcher as Pioneer in Tissue Engineering, One of the Top Ten Emerging Technologies 01/03
James E. West, Co-inventor of Electret Microphone, Joins Faculty 01/03
Deep Sea Technology Is Put To The Test In Campus Tank 11/02
Libraries Awarded $230,000 to Digitize Unique Audio Collection 11/02
Biotech Program Adds Regulatory Affairs Concentration 10/02
Free Software Predicts How and When Steel Beams Will Buckle 09/02
Students Invent Voice-Activated Grasping Tool for Disabled Man 05/02
Digital Research Projects Get $3 Million 05/02
Whitewater Death Inspires Students to Create Safer Helmet 05/02
Super-Fast Flashes Could Help Scientists See into a Nucleus 04/02
Virtual Observatory Prototype Wins Microsoft Student Award 04/02
Balancing Security and Computer Privacy Post-Sept. 11th: Seminar at Johns Hopkins Will Focus on Need to Reconsider Information Technology Research (Feb 21)
Mini-Lasers and Silicon on Sapphire Technology Lead to Speedier and Cost-Effective Interconnects Between Computer Chips 12/01
Online Engineering Exercises Win Top Honor as Learning Aid 12/01
Lego Surgery Contest 11/01
Speech Recognition Technology Will Search Holocaust Archives 10/01
Media Alert: Israeli Stem Cell Scientist Will Take Part in Johns Hopkins-Technion Conference On Biomedical Research Breakthroughs 09/01
Johns Hopkins Makes Graphics Software Available for Free 08/01
Lifting Device Helps Handicapped Kids Enjoy the Playground 07/01
New Material's Odd Traits to Help Improve Computer Memory 06/01
Digital Model of Amoeba Helps Scientists Study Human Cells 05/01
Hopkins Undergraduates Honored for Research 04/01
Libraries Awarded $200,000 for Online Course Development
Model Helicopters Help Teach High-Tech Engineering 02/01
Spherical Motor Allows Ball-Based 3-D Movement 01/01
Johns Hopkins Launches Information Security Institute 12/00
Johns Hopkins University's Sheridan Libraries to Launch Center for Educational Resources 09/00
New Lab Could Help Robots 'Feel' More like Humans 09/00
What's ahead for research universities in the 21st century? President William R. Brody shares his vision 01/2000
Transformation Tool Helps Move Images, Video More Quickly 12/99
"Virtual" Orchestra to Ring in 2000 at Times Square (11/99)
Times Square New Year's Eve Features "Virtual" Orchestra, Anthem from Peabody (11/99)
IBM Supercomputer at Johns Hopkins Hunts for Clues to Heart and Brain Disease 11/99
Documenting Success: 'Career Transcripts' Track Lifelong Learning 06/99
Students Build Pounding Device to Test Armored Vehicles 05/99
Engineering Students Pursue Cutting-Edge Research 04/99
Engineer Gives Robots a New Way to 'See' 03/99
Looking for Land Mines: Hopkins Engineers Use Advanced Math to Find Deadly Devices in Aerial Pictures 02/99
Johns Hopkins University Launches Research Center to Expand Role of Computers, Robots in Surgery 09/98
Netpreneur Program Provides Tips for Digital Age Entrepreneurs 06/98
The Trick Is in the Triangles: Software Gives Graphics Systems More Speed, Flexibility 02/98
Intel Grant Furthers High Tech Research at Johns Hopkins 11/97
Computers and The Internet Are Changing How and Where We Learn: October 24th Symposium at Hopkins 10/97
'Virtual Lab' Lets Students Tackle Engineering Tasks on the Web 09/97
High-Tech Robots Take Exploration to New Heights--and Depths 08/97
Computer Models of the Heart Can Help Cure Cardiac Ills 07/97
Scientists Give Computers New Tools to Understand Speech 06/97
Hopkins Engineering Undergrads' Inventions 05/97
Recreating Silicon Valley Is Easier Said than Done 05/97
Would You Trust a Robot to Sort Chocolates? 03/97
Metacomputing: Sharing Hardware Could Put Cash in Your Pocket 08/96
JHU Student's Software Helps Visually Impaired Computer Users 05/96
Hopkins Chosen for Distance Learning Network 01/95
Hopkins Undergrad Creates Advanced Computerized Sports Trainer 09/94

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