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Johns Hopkins University in trouble over experiments

Johns Hopkins University is among defendants listed on a lawsuit filed by the surviving participants of controversial experiments conducted in Guatemala during the 1940s.

'Brain pacemakers' eyed in fight against Alzheimer's

The first human clinical trials of deep brain stimulation (DBS) to treat Alzheimer's Disease using a surgically implanted device many scientists have nicknamed a "brain pacemaker" are underway at research centers in the United States and Canada.

Op-Ed: Drone swarms, the new aerial war system

Sydney - Snoopy might have had more luck with the Red Baron if he’d been a ground controller. Despite the songs, in the comics he often had a few problems with von Richtofen. That may also be the case with fighter pilots and the new drone swarm technology.

Supermassive black hole commits interstellar homicide to star

Belfast - A supermassive black hole has been caught red-handed in its interstellar homicide of a star that wandered too close. NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer and the Pan-STARRS1 telescope brought forth evidence of the star's remains.

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NASA Celebrates New Horizons  Closest Approach to Pluto: Guests and New Horizons team members countd...
NASA Celebrates New Horizons' Closest Approach to Pluto: Guests and New Horizons team members countdown to the spacecraft's closest approach to Pluto, on July 14, 2015 at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland.
NASA / Bill Ingalls