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JHU students develop fortress-like pill container

JHU students develop fortress-like pill container

A group of recent Johns Hopkins University engineering graduates is trying to crack down on prescription drug abuse with a safe-like, fingerprint-activated pill dispenser. The four students, all 22 years old, spent their senior years designing the device in response to ...

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JHU planning more local hiring, business involvement

JHU planning more local hiring, business involvement

Johns Hopkins University plans to increase local hiring and do more business with minority- and women-owned businesses from the Baltimore area, President Ronald J. Daniels said this week. At a community meeting Monday hosted by Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, ...

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UMBC to host summer camp for tech-minded girls

UMBC to host summer camp for tech-minded girls

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County will host a summer camp for girls interested in computer science, coding and robotics. The camp is a partnership between UMBC Training Centers, which offers technical and engineering training for individuals, businesses nonprofits and ...

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The Hoverbikes are coming!

The Hoverbikes are coming!

It’s a move likely to please fans of “Star Wars” and one specific episode of “The Simpsons.” The U.K.-based Malloy Aeronautics just opened an office near Aberdeen Proving Ground, where it will partner with Maryland’s SURVICE Engineer Co. to develop ...

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Gazette to fold; affiliates sold

Gazette to fold; affiliates sold

Another one bites the dust. The Gazette newspaper will shut down its Montgomery and Prince George’s County operations in early August, employees were told Friday. (FULL DISCLOSURE: The author of this post is a former Gazette reporter.) “After a comprehensive ...

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Shock to leave tech council for Exit10

Shock to leave tech council for Exit10

After seven years at the helm, Kris Valerio Shock is resigning from her position June 30 as executive director of the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council and heading to the private sector. Membership in the council grew from 200 to more ...

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