The findings shed light on the behaviors of cells in certain environments and may have implications for drug research.
Department News Archive
The Mark O. Robbins prize will be awarded annually to two PhD students who exemplify Dr. Robbins’ legacy by recognizing their outstanding achievement in high-performance computing. A third annual award, the Robbins Future Faculty award is targeted for postdoctoral fellows. The Robbins Prize was instigated in 2020 to recognize outstandingly talented PhD students who reflect […]
Graduate student Bingjie Wang has received the Roger Doxsey Travel Prize from the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in recognition of her presentation of her thesis research at the annual winter meeting of the Society. The Roger Doxsey Prize will award Wang with complimentary registration for an upcoming AAS meeting. In addition, she will receive a stipend […]
Undergraduate Vedant Chandra has received the Chambliss Student Poster Award from the American Astronomical Society for his digital iPoster on star formation in nearby dwarf galaxies using color-magnitude diagrams. Chandra conducted the research outlined in the iPoster with Dr. Mario Gennaro at the Space Telescope Science Institute. In the iPoster, Chandra demonstrated how the novel […]
Postdoctoral Fellow Enrico Di Teodoro recently published a paper in Science focusing on a galaxy in the very young Universe that unexpectedly looks like a very old galaxy. A galaxy like this should not exist according to current theoretical models, which is why the research team’s discovery is extremely puzzling. The team used the Atacama […]
The HAYSTAC team, including Assistant Professor Danielle Speller, have published a paper in Nature reporting on the use of novel new technology they have developed to increase our power to search for one of the most likely candidates for dark matter, axions. The team used vacuum squeezing to circumvent the quantum limit in a search for dark […]
Sihao Cheng, a graduate student in the department working with Associate Professor Brice Ménard, has won the 2020 International Astrostatistics Association award for the Outstanding Publication in Astrostatistics led by a graduate student. Only one student is selected for this honor every two years. The publication that earned Cheng this recognition is titled “A new approach to […]
Space@Hopkins, led by Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Chuck Bennett, connects the array of Johns Hopkins University divisions, departments, and collaborative institutions in their common pursuit of civilian space research. The 2020 Space@Hopkins Virtual Symposium video features astronaut Captain Reid Wiseman (JHU WSE ‘06) and five Space@Hopkins seed grant recipients.
JHU Physics and Astronomy Advisory Council welcomed three of the department’s cutting-edge scientists to share their research via Zoom. This video allows viewers to learn first-hand about the exciting research being conducted by a graduate student, a postdoctoral fellow and a faculty member. Featuring: Melissa DiamondMelissa is a graduate student working with Dr. David Kaplan. […]
A paper on research by Jared Kaplan and colleagues has been selected by the Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) for a Best Paper Award. This is one of the most prestigious awards a paper can win in the world of Artificial Intelligence. The paper describes GPT-3, the largest and most sophisticated language model ever constructed. It demonstrates […]