During the last seven and a half years, President Barack Obama has been a reliable advocate for science and technology. Just recently, the Office of… Read More »Where the Presidential Nominees Stand on Science and Technology
Seun Ajiboye is a pharmacology postdoctoral fellow. She enjoys experimenting with recipes in her kitchen more than in lab because the payoff is better.
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On May 3, I and four other Johns Hopkins students volunteered with the Personalized Genetics Education Project, or pgEd, at a congressional briefing titled “Enduring… Read More »How Genetics Can Inform Future Missions to Mars
Shirley Tilghman, professor of molecular biology and former Princeton University president, delivered the 16th annual Daniel Nathans Lecture in Molecular Genetics about a dilemma unfolding… Read More »The Malthusian Dilemma: Biomedical Research in the Post-NIH Budget Doubling Era