When the NIH Record asked readers to share images of nature, two photographers took the assignment to new levels.
Janice Solomon, a lead IT specialist in the NIH Office of the Director, took these photographs in her Maryland neighborhood during spring and early summer 2020.
A global pandemic may have had much of the NIH staff working from home this year, but they still celebrated American Heart Month…just in a virtual kind of way. And for the annual kickoff—National Wear Red Day, Feb. 5—well, that was like none other.
Thoughts of spring make these photos a timely sight.
The Record asked readers how they were moving toward their fitness goals as weather challenges emerge.
The Record asked readers for images of nature. Dr. Michael Bender, program director in NIGMS’s Division of Genetics and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, sent in several bird photos shown here. He takes pictures in Rock Creek Park, at Hains Point and at Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac, located on Columbia Island.
As temperatures drop, how are you moving toward your fitness goals these days? Some NIH'ers share their recent fitness journeys.
Most staff in the Clinical Center department of bioethics are teleworking. So, early on, plants from their offices and common areas were assembled on a table in the department library. Those who are physically present water them weekly and generally look after them. Department members believe the plants are thriving from being together.
Acknowledging this year’s unusual circumstances, the Record asked its readers to share images of nature’s beauty, and they haven’t disappointed.
NIH’s first virtual Halloween charity fair and mask contest in support of the Combined Federal Campaign took place Oct. 29 and was available via NIH Videocast.