An electric eel can generate enough current to stun its prey, just like a Taser. Weakly electric fish can also generate electricity but not enough to do any harm. “Weakly electric fish are unique in that they produce and detect electric fields. They use these electric fields in social communication and to detect objects,” explains […]
Giddens Inaugural Professorial Lecture, “How Proteins Dance with Their Partners” by Professor Jeffrey Gray.
A tribute to Reds Wolman
Johns Hopkins undergrads and their families celebrate First-Year Move-In Day 2013 on the Homewood campus.. #GoHop!
Earthquakes never occur when you need one, so a team led by Johns Hopkins structural engineers shook up a building themselves in the name of science and safety.
Peter Searson discusses new developments in treatment of disorders like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
Meet the Hopkins Baja team!
Johns Hopkins undergraduates describe how scholarships helped change the direction of their lives.