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Researchers Find Another Flaw in Apple's iMessage Encryption

Cryptography researchers at John Hopkins University have found another flaw in the encryption used by Apple's iMessage. The good news? The flaw has already been patched; you just need to update iOS. Apple has been criticized before by the ... Gizmodo, 1 week ago
Apple's iMessage is vulnerable to attacks Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago

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More faculty join class action lawsuit against elite universities

Dive Brief: Employees at Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Pennsylvania and Vanderbilt University have joined a class action lawsuit against their institutions, alleging mismanagement and muddled approaches to controlling ...
 Education Dive1 week ago Shanghai Ranking: Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016 results announced  Times Higher Education Supplement1 week ago 86 Bauchi students risk expulsion from Igbinedion University as govt. abruptly cuts off sponsorship  ForNaija.com1 week ago Class-action lawsuit filed over Johns Hopkins University's retirement plan  Washington Post2 weeks ago

Is the 'lesser of two evils' an ethical choice for voters?

Travis N. Rieder , Johns Hopkins University Every election cycle, there are citizens who don't like either of the candidates nominated by the two major political parties. And so, a familiar debate begins: Is a vote for a third party a ...
 San Francisco Chronicle2 weeks ago Is the lesser of two evils an ethical choice for voters?  News EasyBranches.com2 weeks ago Is lesser of two evils an ethical choice?  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Is 'the lesser of two evils' an ethical choice for voters?  UPI2 weeks ago

Less toxic bone marrow transplants on horizon: US scientists

John Hopkins Medicine/AFP/File / Currently, anyone receiving a bone marrow transplant -- also known as a stem cell transplant -- must undergo chemotherapy or radiotherapy to kill the patient's own population of blood stem cells first Bone marrow ...
 AFP2 weeks ago
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Erie Canal trip touts waterway's history, early depictions

ALBANY, N.Y. -- In the fall of 1825, John Henry Hopkins travelled from Buffalo to Albany on the Erie Canal just days after the 363-mile waterway had opened. Along the way, the Episcopal minister from Pennsylvania drew scenes of what was then ...
 Recorder and Times3 weeks ago

Modern Slavery, More Important than Who Built the White House

Authored by of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. When Michelle Obama delivered her address at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, she created a stir when she cried out that America's story was ...
 Zero Hedge2 weeks ago Three Johns Hopkins Public Health researchers win Zika challenge grants  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago Johns Hopkins tweaks Ebola suit to improve comfort and safety  NewsFlow243 weeks ago Johns Hopkins Guides ABX...  ZDNet3 weeks ago

Mission Moment August - 2016

(August15,2016) Lung Cancer Lung Cancer Researcher: Linda Resar, MD Dr. Linda Resar of Johns Hopkins University is working to address the urgent need for more effective lung cancer treatment by developing a therapy that blocks a protein ...
 American Lung Association in Minnesota1 week ago

SYSTEM RESEARCH : Investigators from Johns Hopkins University Target Neuroscience (Echo-level compensation and delay tuning in the auditory cortex of the mustached bat)

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Pain & Central Nervous System Week -- Current study results on Nervous System Research have been published. According to news reporting from Baltimore, Maryland, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "During ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago New study finds ARDS patients who smoke and are obese have poorer quality of life  Pharmacy Choice2 weeks ago Patients Call Some Health States 'Worse Than Death' in Study  Dermatology Online Journal2 weeks ago

EpiWatch to Track Seizures Before Onset

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine are testing the EpiWatch app, which runs on the Apple Watch, to monitor people with epilepsy and detect seizures before they happen. The EpiWatch app is the first study of its kind to ... weeks ago Johns Hopkins tests EpiWatch app on Apple Watch to track...  Government Health IT3 weeks ago Johns Hopkins uses Apple Watch to help patients with epilepsy  Fierce Healthcare3 weeks ago

miDIAGNOSTICS Names Dr. Hilja Ibert as CEO

Venture combines expertise of imec, Johns Hopkins University miDIAGNOSTICS, a global developer of integrated diagnostic solutions for the point-of-need, announces the appointment of Dr. Hilja Ibert as CEO. Dr. Ibert brings decades of expertise in ...
 ODT Mag2 weeks ago miDIAGNOSTICS appoints Dr. Hilja Ibert as CEO  Evertiq2 weeks ago
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