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John Hopkins sends 294 rejected students an acceptance...

The Long, Sad Tradition of College Admissions Mistakes

The news that Johns Hopkins University had mistakenly sent acceptance letters to applicants who didn't actually make the cut was especially cruel for the nearly three hundred kids who were actually rejected. The family threatened to sue the school ... Austin American Statesman, 3 days ago

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Johns Hopkins apologizes for emailing welcomes to rejected students

By John Clarke WASHINGTON, D.C. (Reuters) - Johns Hopkins University issued an apology on Wednesday after mistakenly sending hundreds of rejected applicants email messages welcoming them to the school. Due to human error, a congratulatory ...
 News.net3 days ago What Johns Hopkins Taught Me About Rejection  Huffington Post2 days ago Johns Hopkins apologizes to rejected students accidentally told 'yes'  NBCNews.com3 days ago US University emails welcomes to rejected students  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago
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PM Narendra Modi to open H N Hospital next week

It has collaboration with John Hopkins, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Massachusetts General Hospital and University of Southern California. NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on October 25 inaugurate the Sir H N Hospital in Mumbai that has been rebuilt ...
 Economic Times2 months ago PM Narendra Modi to open HN Hospital next week  Jagran Post2 months ago
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Next Media Video: John Hopkins researchers create new protective Ebola suit

[embedded content] Duration: 00:50, Published 19 Dec 2014 A team at John Hopkins University has developed a protective suit for Ebola workers that is more comfortable and offers more protection than existing moon suits.
 Malay Mail2 days ago US university researches develop new anti-Ebola suit (VIDEO)  Malay Mail2 days ago
International Business Times UK

Colorado man Les Baugh with no arms controls two prosthetics with just his mind

Les Baugh using the prosthetic limbs with mind control(Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory) A double amputee has become the first person in the world to control two prosthetic limbs with just his mind. John Hopkins ...
 International Business Times UK1 day ago Amputee Makes History with APL's Modular Prosthetic Limb  Medical Design Technology2 days ago Double amputee controls bionic arms with his mind  Mashable2 days ago Amputee makes history with new modular prosthetic limbs  Capital Bay2 days ago
Melbourne Age

Exclusive US university mistakenly says 'yes' to hundreds of rejected applicants

Sam Stephenson was steeling himself for another round of university applications after his first choice, Johns Hopkins University, turned him down. Then the 17-year-old from Virginia received an email from Hopkins on Sunday afternoon that suggested ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago Johns Hopkins mistakenly says yes to hundreds of rejected applicants  Washington Post4 days ago Johns Hopkins  Washington Post3 days ago 3 Johns Hopkins mistakenly says 'yes' to hundreds of rejected applicants  Washington Post3 days ago

Student who got mistaken welcome from Hopkins: Second rejection was worse

He has already moved on. Duke University, Dartmouth College and the University of Virginia are in his sights. Sam Stephenson said he probably will apply to eight colleges. But the episode of double denial from Johns Hopkins University still strikes ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago Student says of Hopkins mistake: 2nd rejection was worse  Washington Post3 days ago
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Mitochondrial DNA may predict overall risk of frailty, death

Study could lead to mitochondrial DNA blood tests to foretell risk New research from The Johns Hopkins University suggests that the amount of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) found in peoples blood directly relates to how frail they are medically.
 News-Medical.Net4 days ago Amount of mitochondrial DNA predicts frailty, mortality  Science Daily1 day ago Why People Choke Under Pressure Revealed  Med India1 month ago Frailty and Mortality Predicted by Amount of Mitochondrial ...  MedIndia3 days ago

Compugen teams up with Johns Hopkins in cancer research

News Editor Compugen (NASDAQ:CGEN) enters into a multi-year research collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, to evaluate novel B7/CD28-like immune checkpoint candidates discovered by Compugen for the potential treatment of ...
 Seeking Alpha2 days ago Compugen, John Hopkins team on immune markers  4 Traders2 days ago Compugen Enters Immuno-Oncology Research Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University  Vision Monday2 days ago Compugen, Johns Hopkins team on immune markers  Globes1 day ago
Tech Times

These Cities Might Be Seeing More Power Outages, Thanks To Climate Change

How likely is it that climate change will leave your city in the dark? Researchers at Johns Hopkins University asked just this question, analyzing which cities will be more likely to suffer from hurricane-related power outages in the future. Using ...
 Huffington Post4 days ago Climate Change Could Leave More Cities in the Dark  Claims Journal3 days ago US cities could see more power disruptions from major storms in future, new research shows  FierceHomelandSecurity2 days ago Study predicts more climate-related blackouts  Mainebiz2 days ago
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