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New Cafe Operator Whips Up Food For Campus Diners

CATEGORY: Uncategorized, Featured, Tenant News

Craig Jordan takes over the cafe in the A&R Building in August. Look for a new menu coming soon.

BioSciCon on Mission to Help India with Oral Cancer Prevention

CATEGORY: Research, Featured, Tenant News

During his annual trips to visit his father’s grave in a cemetery in the former Yugoslavia, Dr. Nenad Markovic would walk into the cemetery’s candle shop and talk to the same saleswoman. Markvovic, then a young medical student, noticed something on the saleswoman’s lip that didn’t look normal. He suggested she get it checked out.

MCPS Students Learn Chemistry of Bread Baking

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, Featured

Nearly 600 Montgomery County public school students learned the chemistry of bread baking at Johns Hopkins University.

TruBios Helps Fill Education Gap

CATEGORY: Academics, Featured, Tenant News

Salim Munoz already has a medical degree. Educated in Mexico, he could be focusing on his specialty: neurosurgery. Instead, he packed his bags and headed to Johns Hopkins University in Montgomery County.

Elaine Amir Among Top 100 Maryland Women

CATEGORY: Featured

Congratulations to Elaine Amir! Elaine, executive director of the Montgomery County Campus of Johns Hopkins University, was named to The Daily Record’s 2013 list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women.

National Cancer Institute, New Retail Shops Open

CATEGORY: Construction on Campus, Featured, In The Community

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County campus community has a new vibe.

Eight New Companies Join JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Research, Featured, Tenant News

The following eight companies have joined our campus community within the past few months. Welcome!

Health IT Experts Share Advice With Local Entrepreneurs

CATEGORY: Featured, In The Community

Imagine sitting on the beach, on vacation, when your eczema flares.
Is vacation over?

Girl Scouts Learn Science at JHU

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, Featured, In The Community

Our community’s youngest scientists have been hard at work extracting DNA from strawberries, dissecting owl pellets and making raisins dance. In the name of scientific discovery, students in Brownie and Girl Scout Troops have spent their afternoons in a wet lab at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus, donning white lab coats, purple lab gloves and safety goggles.

Young Artists Display Works in "Conundrum" Exhibit

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach, Featured, In The Community

Local high school students have been busy putting paint to canvas and artistically snapping photos.

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