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Some question whether cadaver dissection makes sense anymore. As schools push to incorporate more clinical experience earlier on, can't the same knowledge be gained from working with actual living patients? Isn't most day-to-day anatomy gleaned from medical imaging anyway? And with advances in technology, is dissection worth the time, money, and effort?

First-year medical students still rely on cadavers to learn anatomy

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'Twas the 45th annual lighting of the #WashingtonMonument in Baltimore's Mt. Vernon neighborhood last night, and you could've watched this glorious event from the steps of our #PeabodyInstitute, where we nurture world class musicians. Was anyone there last night? #GoHop #Baltimore [Photo by Will Kirk/Homewood Photo]
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"According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, less than 3 percent of mass layoffs from 1996 to 2006 could be attributed to import competition and overseas plant relocations. Other studies show that only one-eighth to one-third of the recent loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs can be traced to trade liberalization, with the rest due to unstoppable technological...
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A Better Way to Help U.S. Victims of Free Trade

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This will be the spot to watch in coming years. #GoHop

A new home for innovation in East Baltimore

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The country, he predicted, is "going to spend the next 20-plus years in … a kind of wrestling match about the economic, political, and cultural arrangements inside this country, to come up with a new consensus of what America is."

Panelists explore Latino identity, challenges in post-election America

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Take a walk in the fall at #JohnsHopkins -- a good way to clear the mind. How is your day going? #GoHop [Photo: Will Kirk/Homewood Photo] #JHU #Baltimore
Analysis of the partial fossilized skeleton, the investigators say, shows that Lucy's upper limbs were heavily built, similar to champion tree-climbing chimpanzees.

Human ancestor 'Lucy' was a tree climber, new evidence suggests

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From a single large dose of psilocybin, the active ingredient in "magic mushrooms."

Hallucinogenic drug eases depression, anxiety in people with life-threatening cancer

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Ryan Gardner named Outstanding Young Engineer by Maryland Academy of Sciences for work on systems that prevent midair collisions of aircrafts

APL mathematician earns Maryland Outstanding Young Engineer honor

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Things to look forward to in December here in the Hopkins community. Check out these museum-related events!

Homes for the holidays

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Top pollster and Hopkins professorial lecturer reflections on #Election2016:

"The biggest challenge of pollsters is not so much doing a robust poll that's representative of the population, but actually predicting who will show up on election day. On the margins, that's where we failed."

How the polls got it wrong: A conversation with an election polling expert

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Live now at Shriver Hall: The latest installment of the JHU Forums on Race in America, focused this time on the Latino experience in America, post-election. Watch here:

JHU Forum on Race in America | Hub

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Come to #ShriverHall tonight at 7 pm, on our Homewood campus! Join us for the latest installment of the JHU Forums on Race in America, with several guest panelists -- including journalist Ray Suarez -- who will be discussing issues related to the Latino community in America. #GoHop #Latinx #Baltimore #diversity
Subsidized housing appears to boost high-performing kids but have opposite effect on those with low test scores, behavioral issues

Study looks at how living in assisted housing affects the well-being of children

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