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"Most students have almost completed a Ph.D. before they even think about publishing their work in a scientific journal. But clearly, Jiayi Peng is not your typical high-school student. The 17-year-old recently earned a $50,000 prize for her second-place individual finish in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology, and she has published her research in the physics journal Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications."

"Rashika Verma entered her freshman Biology Honors class looking forward to learning more about medicine, the field that she wanted to pursue a career in. What she learned was something different, and just as important. Here, she tells her story.

Kids in Baltimore, MD use "yo" as a gender-neutral pronoun. Click through to read the NPR article.  Their intention does not seem to be to correct sexist language, but that is the end result nonetheless.

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Employers Forced To Judge Job Candidates' Career Trajectory

Johns Hopkins Researcher, Colleagues, Solve Mystery of X-ray Light Coming From Black Holes

John Hopkins researchers in conjunction with supercomputer calculations, simulate x-ray emissions from a black hole.

"Deepika Kurup Named ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’ in 2012 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. Her prototype for a water-purification system using solar energy to disinfect contaminated water could can help improve the lives of over 1 billion people around the world."

Gifted and Talented Programs - Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

Thomas, Vivien (1910-1985) was a major contributor in the development of operative techniques. He and Blalock also collaborated on the design of surgical equipment including a clamp for the temporary occlusion of the pulmonary artery, which was devised for Blalock's use by Vivien Thomas and William Longmire.  See:http://www.medicalarchives.jhmi.edu/vthomas.htm

Vivien Thomas, cardiac surgery pioneer, He first developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome

Including Kids With Special Needs In Classrooms: There Are No Easy Answers

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Vivien Thomas was a key player in pioneering the anastomosis of the subclavian artery to the pulmonary artery.The surgical work he performed with Alfred Blalock paved the way for the successful outcome of the Blalock-Taussig shunt. Unable to attend college for lack of money, Thomas began as Dr. Blalock's lab assistant, but his skill in designing surgical tools and inventing surgical techniques made him invaluable. His work was unrecognized until late in his life because he was…

Vivien Thomas (August 1910 – November was an African-American surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the

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