Marion Pines

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Exclusive: NSA infiltrated RSA security more deeply than thought - study - Yahoo Finance

Johns Hopkins University - Johns Hopkins Professor Matthew Green said it was hard to take the official explanation for Extended Random at face value, especially since it appeared soon after Dual Elliptic Curve's acceptance as a U.S. standard. "If using Dual Elliptic Curve is like playing with matches, then adding ...

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Tour the Universe | Tom’s Astronomy Blog

This animated flight through the universe was made by Miguel Aragon of Johns Hopkins University with Mark Subbarao of the Adler Planetarium and Alex Szalay of Johns Hopkins. There are close to 400,000 galaxies in the animation, with images of the actual galaxies in these positions (or in ...

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Lab-grown, virus-free stem cells repair retinal tissue in mice

Johns Hopkins University - " Working with Gerard Lutty, Ph.D., and his team at Johns Hopkins' Wilmer Eye Institute, Zambidis' team injected the newly derived iPSCs into mice with damaged retinas, the light-sensitive part of the eyeball. Injections were given in the eye, the sinus cavity near the eye or into a tail ...

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Baltimore is Booming with Startups Tackling the Education Space

With more than a decade of experience in instructional technology and online learning at Johns Hopkins University (which just scored a $350 million donation from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg), Babson College, and education technology company Blackboard, Robert Kearns saw the ...

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Using Fat to Fight Brain Cancer | Science News SciGuru.com

Johns Hopkins University - ; and Hugo Guerrero-Cazares, M.D., Ph.D. Mesenchymal Stem Cells Derived from Adipose Tissue vs Bone Marrow: In Vitro Comparison of Their Tropism towards Gliomas Courtney Pendleton, Qian Li, David A. Chesler, Kristy Yuan, Hugo Guerrero-Cazares, Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa. PLOS ONE...

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Recycling of 'chauffeur protein' helps regulate fat production

"We've learned how the body finely tunes levels of a protein called SCAP that is required to turn on fat production in cells ," says Peter Espenshade, Ph.D., professor of cell biology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "We hope this new information will eventually lead ...

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NSA manages to foil much Internet encryption | Nation/World News | Idahostatesman.com

Johns Hopkins University - The agency circumvents or cracks codes used in global commerce and banking, medical records, emails and other data people are trying to keep secret. The National Security Agency is winning its long-running secret war on encryption, using supercomputers, technical trickery, court orders and ...

WASHINGTON: Sanctions biting but Iran not budging | Job News | Tri-CityHerald.com

"They can hang on for a long time," said Steve Hanke, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University who follows Iran's economy. "The sanctions as a deterrent for nuclear ambitions are more or less futile because all the experts will tell you they can (make a weapon) in a ...

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Opinion: Obamacare and the failure of half-baked liberalism - CNN.com

In a recent article in National Affairs, Johns Hopkins University political scientist Steven Teles writes about " Kludgeocracy in America ," which he defines as the nation's tendency to offer complex and byzantine policy solutions to the most pressing policy problems. The solutions we ...

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