Liquid samarium hexaboride at 4500 degrees fahrenheit held in place by its own surface tension.
Once launched into deep space, the much-vaunted James Webb Space Telescope can’t be tweaked or repaired. That’s why precision testing is so crucial. Fortunately, an ingenious group of instrument engineers is more than up for the challenge.
A member of the men’s swim team, senior Ronan Corgel—an economics major—shows his skill with the butterfly stroke during the January Blue Jay Invitational, held at the Newton White Aquatic Center. [Photo by James T. VanRensselaer]
By looking at clues from the past, present, and future, scientists here are working to better understand how our global climate could change—and the steps we can take now to avoid calamity down the road.
With fresh eyes and a sense of purpose, researchers here are pushing to advance the field of African-American history in provocative new directions.
Janice Chen, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Research Interests: Real-world memory, cognitive neuroscience, temporal structure in cognition Lan Cheng, Chemistry; Research […]
Jesse Chen traveled to major cities to interview a broad range of Asian-American people and to film them for a documentary.
Emily Bihl '13’s blog Rye & Rivet has been her platform for sharing profiles of heritage craftspeople, small batch spirits, and recipes for retro cocktails. This summer, Bihl created the Rye & Rivet pop-up shop as an extension of her blog and a way to spotlight products and makers showcased there.
As the Film and Media Studies Program approaches its 20th anniversary, it continues to grow at a dynamic pace.
When Matthew Porterfield’s eagerly awaited film debuts in early 2013, several Johns Hopkins film majors will be listed in the credits.