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The web site of The Johns Hopkins University, a world-class university in Baltimore, Maryland, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees.

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    bioethicsinstitute.org Advisory Board | Johns Hopkins | Berman Institute of Bioethics

    Advisory Board Berman Institute Advisory Board The advisory board provides strategic guidance and support for the Institute and its work. The board includes academics, business leaders, lawyers, judges, philanthropists and community leaders. Alexander H. Levi – Chair Christopher C. Angell Michael... Read article

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    ismir2003.ismir.net International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval

    Please contact Toni Decker at tdecker@hd.jhu.edu or (410) 516-3962. ISMIR 2003 will be co-hosted by the Library of Congress (LC) in Washington, D.C., USA, and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The majority of the sessions will take place in Baltimore at the Radisson Lord... Read article

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    childinfo.org Childinfo.org: Useful links - Useful links - Useful links

    DevInfo: http://www.devinfo.org/. World Health Organization: http://www.who.int/en/. The World Bank: http://www.worldbank.org/. UN Population Division: http://www.un.org/esa/population/unpop.htm. Johns Hopkins University: http://www.jhu.edu/. Roll Back Malaria Partnership: http://www.rbm.who.int/... Read article

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    hopkinssports.com Alex McLaughlin Bio - HOPKINSSPORTS.COM - Johns Hopkins Official Athletic Site

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    medicalxpress.com JHU biologists identify new neural pathway in eyes that aids in vision

    JHU biologists identify new neural pathway in eyes that aids in vision A type of retina cell plays a more critical role in vision than previously known, a team led by Johns Hopkins University researchers has discovered. Working with mice, the scientists found that the ipRGCs – an atypical type of... Read article

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    thaw.org People | Trustworthy Health and Wellness

    Jonathan Weiner (JHU): Professor of health policy and management at Bloomberg School of Public Health, Professor of Health Informatics, and Director of the Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT). Recent news Follow THaW via Email Enter your email address to receive notifications of THaW news by ... Read article

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    wirelesshealth2013.org Technical & Poster Session Abstracts | Wireless Health 2013

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    dancohen.org The Vision of ORE | Dan Cohen

    But it would be a shame if humanities scholars fail to participate in the creation of scholarly standards like ORE, or to help envision their uses in research, communication, and collaboration. There has been much talk recently of the social graph , the network of human connections that sites lik... Read article

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    pmc.iath.virginia.edu The Double Helix and Other Social Structures

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    phys.org Most millennial moms who skip college also skip marriage

    (Forty-seven percent of the mothers had all of their babies out of wedlock.) The percentage of unwed pregnancies goes up as the mothers' education level declines. The numbers are roughly the same for men. Of mothers with four or more years of college, 32 percent had at least one baby while unmarr... Read article

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    pages.jh.edu The Johns Hopkins University: University Policies

    "Veteran of the Vietnam era" means a person who: (a) served on active duty for a period of more than 180 days, and was discharged or released therefrom with other than a dishonorable discharge, if any part of such active duty occurred (1) in the Republic of Vietnam between February 28, 1961 and M... Read article

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    jhubc.it Johns Hopkins SAIS Bologna Center | Support the Bologna Center | Class of 1992 Initiative

    Thanks to the generosity of Sonja's classmates and friends, 4 students benefitted from the Sonja Valtasaari McHugh Scholarship program to attend the CCSDD Summer School 2012 which took place in Montenegro on July 22-28, 2012. The School brought together 23 students from Central and Eastern Europe... Read article

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    johns-hopkins.bncollege.com Diploma Frames - Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Bookstore

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    38north.org Kim Jong Un's “Unitary Leadership”: Future Policies and Our Choices | 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

    Found in section: Commentary Reader Feedback 3 Responses to “Kim Jong Un’s “Unitary Leadership”: Future Policies and Our Choices” [...] explanations: Kim Jong-un’s temperament and his wish for emancipation from his mentor; Uncle Jang’s disrespect; rivalry between regents; policy disagreements; an... Read article

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    hopkinsworklife.org Creating a Win-Win Arrangement | Johns Hopkins Work, Life and Engagement

    You may submit a flexible work arrangement proposal to your supervisor for consideration, and conversely, your supervisor may assign a position to an alternate or flexible work arrangement to meet work requirements. Once adopted, a flexible work arrangement may be revised or ended in the same way... Read article

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