Days before NIH rolled out a comprehensive effort to define and address workplace harassment, representatives of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine presented findings and recommendations of their report on sexual harassment of women in science.
Decades of research on the health risks of cigarette smoking have really cleared the air, prompting a dramatic, steady decline in tobacco use. Yet despite the plethora of indisputable evidence, millions of Americans still smoke.
Biowulf is a massive upgrade from NIH’s first supercomputer, the Cray X-MP/22, which NIH researchers used from 1986 to 1992.
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Computational model of a macromolecular complex. NIDA scientists have discovered macromolecular complexes that could enable medication development. The study changes long-held concepts of cell decoding.