The greening of the grounds
New campus landscaping practices aim at reducing runoff and
When Albert Capitos tended the field at Camden Yards,
blemishes and weeds on the baseball diamond were
unthinkable. These days, however, the former Baltimore
Orioles head groundskeeper lives happily with a stray
clover patch and the odd ant mound. In fact, Capitos, the
manager of Homewood grounds, takes a level of pride in the
natural, but tidy, look of things.
JHM unveils a marketing campaign
Johns Hopkins Medicine yesterday launched a six-month
multimedia advertising and public relations campaign in New
York. Designed to present the historic and celebrated
institution as distinctively poised to make many of the
next great advances in medical science and practice, and to
bring them rapidly to patients, the campaign also will be
seen in Baltimore, starting in January.
Brain's immune system is triggered in
A Johns Hopkins study has found new evidence that the
brains of some people with autism show clear signs of
inflammation, suggesting that the disease may be associated
with activation of the brain's immune system.