Johns Hopkins

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Dr Fiona Ginty Principal scientist in the Life Sciences and Molecular Diagnostics Organization at GE Research Center (GRC) in NYC, working on a cure (...)

Doctors Andrew Lee, Richard Redett and Gerald Brandacher at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, US. They hope to perform what will be the first penis transplant in the United States within a year. Photograph: Lexey Swall/The New York Times

Within a year, maybe in just a few months, a young soldier with a horrific injury from a bomb blast in Afghanistan will have an operation that has nev(...)

Jack Andraka speaks after receiving Smithsonian Magazine’s first annual American Ingenuity Award for youth achievement.  photograph: brendan hoffman/getty images

Looking at the two years of extensive media coverage of American teenage science prodigy Jack Andraka, his popular TED talks (there are several), the (...)

Comet ISON is pictured in this November 19th, 2013 handout photo by NASA, taken using a 14-inch telescope located at the Marshall Space Flight Center with a three-minue exposure.

It’s crunch time for a comet from the fringes of the solar system as it hurtles toward a close encounter with the sizzling sun.Comet Ison is expected (...)

“The president looked exhausted as he met the press in St Petersburg on Friday.” US president Barack Obama pauses as he answers a question about the Syrian situation during his news conference at the G20 Summit in St Petersburg, Russia, last Friday. Photograph: AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais
Obama’s war within

The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize had been up late pleading for war. US president Barack Obama looked exhausted as he met the press in St Petersburg(...)

Boston firefighter James Plourde carries an injured girl away from the scene after  the Boston Marathon bombing. Photograph: Ken McGagh/AP Photo/MetroWest Daily News

The Boston Marathon bombs had been packed with metal fragments and placed close to the ground, causing amputations and other s(...)