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MaxBio Scientific Joins JHU Community

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For Charles Li, locating his office at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus is like coming home.

US Biolab Joins Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus

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The company is a global biobank that has access to hundreds of thousands of human tissue, DNA and RNA samples that can be used by researchers at pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as academic and government research organizations.

Hopkins Researchers Explore Super-Resolution Microscopy

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, Tenant News

Two Johns Hopkins University researchers have published a new article in Nature Photonics, a premier optics and physics journal produced by Nature Publishing Group.

New Art Exhibit Seeks to Invoke Memories

CATEGORY: The Arts, Tenant News

The paintings of local artist Lori Anne Boocks will be on display at the 9605 Medical Center Drive building (Building III) starting Nov. 15.

Offices Available for Lease

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Looking for office space? Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus has offices available for lease.

Office Spaces Available for Rent

CATEGORY: In The Community, Tenant News

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus has office spaces for lease available immediately.

JHU Graduate Locates His Law Practice on Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Arthur M. Antonelli, who earned his master's degree in environmental engineering, focuses on patent law.

NALCO Consulting Joins Campus Tenants

CATEGORY: Tenant News

NALCO Consulting, a new company on campus, specializes in recruiting employees for companies in the biotechnology, information technology and legal sectors.

The Perfect Workout Joins JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Tenant News

The Perfect Workout provides one-on-one personal training in short but intense 20-minute sessions. A location has opened at the JHU Montgomery County Campus.

Trujillo Focuses on Alzheimer's Disease Treatment with TruCytonics

CATEGORY: Research, Tenant News

Can Alzheimer’s disease be treated – or even cured – with the use of radio frequency radiations? That is the question Dr. Roberto Trujillo seeks to answer with his new company, TruCytonics.

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