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|Strands of tubulin, a protein in the cell’s skeleton, photographed using a high-resolution microscopy technique that won the 2014 Nobel Prize in chemistry.
IMAGE: CLARE WATERMAN, NHLBI
Despite its title, the NIH Ski Club feels no obligation to actually ski on its ventures abroad. Recently, the club spent more than 3 weeks touring Africa. Top left, Carol Yee, a research biologist who worked at NIH from 1966 to 2011 before retiring from NCI’s Dermatology Branch, takes part in a program called Walk with the Lions, in Zimbabwe; participants walk lions to their watering hole.
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