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Must also blame EU for adding Greece in 2001: Steve Hanke

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Steve Hanke, professor at John Hopkins University said it is the new government that led to fall of the banks in Greece. Money Control, 1 month ago

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Tamper-Resistant Pill Dispenser Could Help Prevent Medication Misuse

Mechanical engineering students at John Hopkins University built a high-tech tamper-resistant pill dispenser that will limit the number of pills an individual can draw from it at a time. The device will only dispense medication to the patient that was ...
 Med India1 month ago

Researchers Find Blood Samples Can Be Delivered by UAVs

Popular Science reports that Johns Hopkins University's Timothy Amukele led a joint study with Uganda's Makerere University to see whether UAVs could deliver a small amount of blood without damaging it. Researchers flew samples between six and 38 ...
 AIAA4 days ago SYSTEM RESEARCH : New Neuroscience Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at Johns Hopkins University (Persistent and stable biases in spatial learning...  4 Traders5 days ago Mouth rinse could help predict recurrence of HPV-related oropharyngeal cancers  Infrosoft5 days ago Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University have demonstrated a new imaging technology that could enable neurosurgeons to better differentiate between healthy and cancerous brain tissue and perform safer and more effective neurosurgery procedures.  MedImaging.net1 week ago
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AACC 2015: New Mobile DNA Test for Chlamydia Announced

A team of researchers led by Dr. Jeff Tza-Huei Wang from the Johns Hopkins University BioMEMS lab created a new smartphone DNA test capable of diagnosing chlamydia with high accuracy. The scientists are presenting their research this morning at ...
 Bioscience Technology Online6 days ago Johns Hopkins researchers unveil low-cost smartphone test for chlamydia  Fierce BioMarkers6 days ago Researchers develop mobiLab smartphone DNA test for chlamydia  FirstWord Pharma5 days ago The American Society of Hematology Honors John C. Byrd, MD, with 2015 William Dameshek Prize  American Society of Hematology1 week ago
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This Johns Hopkins Biotech Startup has a New Way to Heal Wounds

A gel being developed in the lab at Johns Hopkins University is designed to make all signs of wounds disappear. Gemstone Biotherapeutics, which focuses on wound care, grew out of the research of Hopkins engineering professorSharon Gerecht. The ...
 Citybizlist4 days ago Johns Hopkins U. sued over alleged rape case  USA Today6 days ago Frat House Rape Victim Sues Johns Hopkins  Courthouse News Service2 weeks ago
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Drones might transport blood samples to clinics

Drones can be used to transport blood samples in short distances, a new study finds. Johns Hopkins University researchers found that common and routine blood tests were not affected when blood samples spent up to 40 minutes traveling on ...
 Iran Daily4 days ago Researchers Successfully Transport Blood By Drone  Popular Science5 days ago Drones Might Fly Blood Samples to Clinics, Study Finds  National Womens Health Information Center4 days ago Drones Successfully Transport Blood Samples  Medical Design Technology4 days ago
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REG-Addex Dipraglurant Dosed in First Subject in Receptor Occupancy Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation

Addex Therapeutics / Addex Dipraglurant Dosed in First Subject in Receptor Occupancy Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation . Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate ...
 Reuters1 week ago ADDEX THERAPEUTICS : Dipraglurant Dosed in First Subject in Receptor Occupancy Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation  4 Traders1 week ago Addex Therapeutics Dipraglurant Dosed In First Subject In Receptor Occupancy Study In Collaboration With Johns Hopkins University And With Funding From The Michael J. Fox Foundation  BioSpace1 week ago Addex Dipraglurant Dosed in First Subject in Receptor Occupancy Study in Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and with Funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation  EuroInvestor1 week ago

International Monetary Fund Paper Counters Raghuram Rajan on Easy Policy Being Recipe for Crisis

The IMF Working Paper, authored by Bank of England Economist Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi and Alessandro Rebucci of John Hopkins University, has made this conclusion after studying the global financial crisis of 2007-09.
 Silicon India1 month ago
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Drones hold promise for delivering blood samples to labs

Pathologist Dr. Timothy Amukele (left) and engineer Robert Chalmers of Johns Hopkins University demonstrate their drone courier system. Samples for routine blood tests can be transported for as long as 40 minutes by small aerial drone without ...
 MedCity News5 days ago How Drones Can Help Rural Clinics  Pacific Standard4 days ago Drones Are Smooth, Safe Taxis for Sensitive Blood Samples  Discover Magazine5 days ago

Report: Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine say their review of 128 medical case histories suggests that financial penalties imposed on Maryland hospitals based solely on the total number of patients who suffer blood clots in the ...
 P&T Community5 days ago Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed  ScienceNewsline5 days ago Johns Hopkins - Hospital Penalties Based on Total Number of Blood Clots May Be Unfairly Imposed, Study Shows  Pharmacy Choice5 days ago
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