It is truly awe-inspiring to go to Orioles Park at Camden Yards and watch the O’s play. What is most thrilling to watch is when… Read More »Johns Hopkins Scientists Examine the Neural Mechanisms of Timing
Kevin Monk is a neuroscience graduate student who enjoys sharing scientific discoveries with anyone interested in reading about them.
Summer in Baltimore means many things: outdoor movies on Federal Hill, different fairs and festivals throughout town, and daytrips to Ocean City are just a… Read More »Research Reveals Tiny Hairs on Bat Wings are Crucial for Normal Flight
Talking with Chanel Matney, a neuroscience graduate student in the Brown Lab, can send your mind racing in many different directions as she discusses her… Read More »Neuroscience Graduate Student Driven by How the Brain ‘Sees’
How do musicians know how to move their arms and fingers — and in some cases, feet — to create beautiful chords and harmonics? How… Read More »Multiple Mechanisms Underlie Human Motor Learning
How many times have you tried to explain your research to a friend, only to get a blank stare back? Such was the case with… Read More »Project Bridge: Simplifying Science for the Community
Some oft-prescribed antibiotics, including penicillin and cephalosporin, share a common motif in their chemical structure: a small group of atoms arranged in a ring, called… Read More »Johns Hopkins Scientists Discover a Novel Mechanism for β-Lactam Antibiotic Synthesis
Imagine a new restaurant just opened downtown and you want to check it out. You hop on the bus and take it a few stops.… Read More »How the Brain Navigates to a New Restaurant