1 edition of Century of science for health. found in the catalog.
Century of science for health.
|Other titles||NIH observes centennial, NIH"s role in protecting animals in research, NIH programs and buildings bear names of eminent research advocates, NIH and the health professions, NIH"s role in setting guidelines for genetic engineering, NIH"s pioneering effort in the protection of human subjects of research, NIH support for basic research : fostering the biotechnology revolution, NIH commitment to international scientific collaboration, Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center : heart of the NIH, Research training : a lifeline of ideas, a reservoir of talent, Peer Review : the cornerstone of the NIH grant system, NIH intramural research program : "We simply let minds explore", Nobel Laureates : NIH support of excellence in biomedical research, NIH extramural programs : creating a worldwide laboratory, NIH origins : an attic laboratory on Staten Island|
|Contributions||National Institutes of Health (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 sheets ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
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