Among all the research parks in the world, the University of Maryland’s BioPark off of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard has been dubbed the best of 2017.
After serving on the Johns Hopkins University faculty for the last 38 years, Professor Ellen J. McKenzie will take the helm of the Bloomberg School of Public Health as dean this fall.
At age 26, Ravens lineman John Urschel’s day of playing football are over.
The scourge of HIV’s spread in the United States could soon begin to decline, according to a new study co-authored by a John Hopkins Bloomberg School department chair.
A leading education academic is coming from Iowa to Baltimore to lead Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education.
A group of space scientists that included experts at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab led the mission that brought humans great views of Pluto. More than a year after the pictures from the New Horizons satellite were beamed back, the scientists appear to have taken what they saw to heart.
Could the legalization of same-sex marriage have helped to reduce suicide attempts by U.S. high schoolers? A new study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School suggests so.
The fact that humans taste sweet to mosquitoes is what fuels the insects’ vampiric quest to suck our blood. Instead of zap all of the mosquitoes, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine think it’s a matter of taste.
The hallowed hardwood of Cole Field House in College Park is set to give way to a new center for healing athletes’ injuries.