Camden Partners closes biomedical technology-focused venture capital fund
Camden Partners has closed its venture capital fund Nexus, which focuses on investments in early-stage biomedical technology developed by local companies.
Hopkins' starry-eyed physicist
Breakthrough award is deserved but also a reminder of our planet's plight
Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday
Hopkins astrophysicist honored for discoveries about the universe
Nobel laureate Adam Riess of Johns Hopkins win Breakthrough Prize for showing the expansion of the universe is accelerating
Wandering Eye: An update in a murder-for-hire case, carrying your Nobel Prize in the airport, and more
Senator Barbara Mikulski, Supernova
Hopkins Astronomer Wins Physics Nobel
Mikulski, Maryland Scientists Mark Opening of James Webb Space Telescope Exhibit in Baltimore
Hopkins Astronomer Wins Einstein Medal
Hopkins' Nobel winner Riess to speak at Baltimore synagogue Sunday
Adam Riess, the Nobel Prize-winning astronomy professor at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the expansion of the universe and its mysteries in an event at Bolton Street Synagogue on Sunday.
Hubble spots distant supernova from early universe
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has detected a supernova that exploded more than 10 billion years ago, the most distant of its kind ever spotted.
Hopkins professor awarded top cosmology prize
Hopkins professor Charles Bennett and a team he led have won the Gruber Foundation's cosmology prize for discoveries made about the makeup and origins of the universe.
Hopkins launches new space science minor for undergraduates
Johns Hopkins has long been know for its association with top space researchers. But for the first time, the university is creating a path of study for space-obsessed undergraduates.
2011: A re-wind
The year 2011 as seen through the rear-view mirror, the high- and the low lights of the year in Baltimore and Maryland
Political corruption, Occupy Baltimore, Baltimore Grand Prix, Police corruption, Voter turnout, and more.
THE YEAR IN NEWS
Mikulski seeks House support for Webb Telescope project
Nobel Prize: A physicist and a poet expand our universe
Mikulski: Webb Telescope is good for science, good for the economy
Nobel prize for physics: A theory of universe
Nobel prizes are plentiful in Baltimore County
Nobel Prize gives researcher and Hopkins more exposure
Johns Hopkins professor shares Nobel Prize in physics
Eye on the cosmos
Hopkins astrophysicist wins Einstein Medal
Hopkins scientist wins 2010 Shaw Prize in astronomy
Hubble telescope to tackle the big questions
Genius in our midst
Maryland scientiests hope to build a telescope to explore the secrets of a mysterious effect called ...
Hopkins professor will share $500,000 prize in cosmology
Strategy to shed gamma light on the mystery of dark energy