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E-coli bacteria appear as wide, yellow rods against black background

October 7, 2016

  • NIH Honors Intramural Community at 30th Research Festival

    NIH director Dr. Francis Collins touted the importance of epigenomics in a talk kicked off the 30th NIH Research Festival, held Sept. 14-16 in the Clinical Center. “This field is just bursting wide open with opportunity and potential,” he said.
  • At Latest Town Hall, CC’s Future To Be Determined by Those Who Know It Best

    People who know the Clinical Center best should take the lead in shaping its future. That was the message Sept. 7 at the latest CC Town Hall Meeting to give a progress report on NIH’s effort to restructure hospital operations.
  • ORF Upgrades Cogeneration Power Plant

    A combustion turbine that has efficiently powered a generator in NIH’s Cogeneration Plant for the past 12 years has recently been replaced with a newer, more efficient model. The new unit, similar in technology to a jet engine, is expected to save NIH millions.
  • 6th Summer Food Drive a Success

    For the sixth summer in a row, NIH staff donated non-perishable food items to the annual federal government food drive “Feds Feed Families.”
E-coli bacteria appear as wide, yellow rods against black background

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph of Escherichia coli bacteria, grown in culture


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