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14th Research Festival Takes Advantage of Great Weather, Science

Photos by Rich McManus

Technical IRTA Anitza San Miguel shows off her work to Dr. Jie Wan of NIAAA.

Graduate student Jennifer Mariner of NCI gets NICHD postdoc Dr. Nathan Bowen chewing his finger.

Dr. Krishnamohan Ketha (r) of FDA makes a point with NIMH's Dr. Sumana Chakravarty.

Dr. Robert Duncan explains his poster to Dr. Indrani Som.

The work of Dr. Mark Esser (c) gets close inspection by Dr. Svetlana Glushakova of NICHD and Dr. Jon Marsh of NIMH.

Dr. Beth Roman points out details of her work to Tim Prindle.

NIAID's Dr. Albert Kapikian (r) appraises a poster from NINDS' Stroke Branch and Dr. Zurab Nadareishvili.

NCI's Dr. Klaus Felix chats with colleague Dr. Ofelia Olivero, also of NCI.

Drs. Denise Simmons and Fausto Andreola of NCI pore over a poster.

Dr. Carl Baker (l), chief of the cellular regulation and transformation section in NCI's Basic Research Laboratory, meets with Dr. Gang Dong of NIDCD.

NCI's Easwari Kumaraswamy greets visitor to her poster.

NCI's Dr. Stephen Hursting (l) has the attention of NICHD's Brian Weinberg.

Dr. Robert Burke, chief of the Laboratory of Neural Control, NINDS, gestures to explain his science to onlookers Dr. Yan Li (l) and Dr. Christopher Poletto, both of NINDS.

Coffee, science and conversation — enjoying all three are Dr. Timothy Caldwell (l) of NIDDK and NIAAA scientific director Dr. George Kunos

Festivalgoers enjoy near-perfect conditions for the luncheon on the lawn behind the Natcher Bldg.

Clowns from Kapital Klowns roamed the audience entertaining the many hundreds who waited in lines to enter the food tent. An NIH police officer with a trained K-9 dog also gave demonstrations.

Keyboard player David Bach leads his consort through an entertaining set on the Natcher lawn. The band proved popular with the festival crowd; its music is available on CDs sold in all of the R&W gift shops.

The David Bach Consort also included (from r) a flautist, bass guitarist and drummer.

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