Three NIH grantees won 2018 Nobel Prizes, one in physiology or medicine and two in chemistry.
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) visited NIH on Feb. 16, meeting first in the Clinical Research Center’s medical board room with NIH leadership before proceeding to briefings by scientists—and a patient encounter—at NCI, NINDS and NEI.
NIH’ers woke up Friday, Mar. 2 to an alert likely never before heard affecting Washington, D.C.-area federal employees: high winds associated with a coastal nor’easter known as Winter Storm Riley had closed the government for the day.
When you see a semi-trailer pull up in front of the Clinical Research Center, followed by a tour bus, there’s a good chance the National Symphony Orchestra is back on campus.
Children staying at the Children’s Inn at NIH received a special surprise recently: a summertime shopping spree with Santa Claus and a dozen motorcycle officer elves from the Montgomery County Police Department and NIH.
During recent demolition of the E-wing of Bldg. 10, workers came across two old movie projectors on the mezzanine level of the old 14th-floor auditorium.
NIH hosted a 6,550-square-foot anchor exhibit Apr. 6-8 at the 5th USA Science & Engineering Festival (USASEF), the nation’s largest biennial celebration of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
On July 16, outside Bldg. 1, the Public Health Service flag was raised, just below the American flag.
The Office of NIH History and Stetten Museum opened twin historical exhibits in the Clinical Center in May honoring two NIH greats.
On a cloudy, brisk day in April, NIH staff, contractors and friends gathered on the lawn in front of Bldg. 1 to participate in the 2nd Minority Health 5K Walk/Run.