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Stephen Dixon, a prolific novelist and short-story writer whose humorous, freewheeling fiction traced the shocks and jolts of romance, aging and everyday life, in an... [Read More]
Stephen Dixon, a prolific novelist and short-story writer whose humorous, freewheeling fiction traced the shocks and jolts of romance, aging and everyday life, in an... [Read More]
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The Parker Solar Probe (PSP) Solar Wind Electrons Alphas and Protons (SWEAP) team at UAH is part of the entire PSP team that will receive... [Read More]
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Nick Gurski, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, gave a presentation titled "Pseudofunctors and simplicial categories" at the Category Theory... [Read More]
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You can view, make changes to, or enroll in a Johns Hopkins University retirement plan at any time during the year... [Read More]
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Stephen Dixon, a novelist who taught for decades at the Johns Hopkins University, died Wednesday of Parkinson's disease complications at Gilchrist Center Towson. The Ruxton... [Read More]
More than a year after performing the world's most extensive penis transplant, doctors say their patient has recovered and reports "feeling whole" again. The... [Read More]
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Tonya Hall talks to KT Ramesh, professor at Johns Hopkins University, to learn more about how technology can be used to break an asteroid into... [Read More]
A guest post from Greg Britton, editorial director of Johns Hopkins University Press, to celebrate University Press Week. [Read More]
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Stanford Health Policy's Kathy McDonald — one of the nation's leading experts in patient safety and health-care quality — has been named a distinguished professor... [Read More]
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