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This Week in History

NIH's Collaborative Spirit Lauded During 6th Annual Research Fete

Black and white image of NIH investigators showing their research posters to colleagues.

Dr. Carine Van Lint (l) of NINDS's Laboratory of Viral and Molecular Pathogenesis gives a spirited explanation of her poster, "Identification of Several DNA-Binding Proteins Interacting with the HIV-I Intragenic Enhancer" to (from l) Susan Wilt, Julius Rajcani and Constantine Chipev. The two Research Festival poster sessions each drew some 2,000 participants, said officials.

The NIH Research Festival on Sept. 21-22, 1992 drew campus colleagues and would-be collaborators en masse. Packed with 31 workshops, five symposia, four poster sessions and 2 days of scientific equipment demonstrations, the celebration of NIH's intramural program provided the essence of what many researchers come here expecting--a forum for establishing successful partnerships with talented colleagues.