NIH Lectures gives hundreds of great lectures at NIH. Unfortunately the original announcement information is not supplied. Here are a few.

The National Library of Medicine announces a one-day symposium, "New Frontiers of Biomedical Health, 1945-1980" on October 29th [2001] at the Lister Hill Center Auditorium on the National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

The conference will explore the history of 20th century biomedical research in the United States, through the insights of scientists who have been instrumental in three areas: the administration of the U.S. biomedical research establishment, psychopharmacology, and genetics. Main speakers will be Julius Axelrod, 1970 Nobel Laureate for work in neuroscience; Donald S. Fredrickson, former director of the National Institutes of Health, 1975-1981; and Joshua Lederberg, 1958 Nobel Laureate for work in bacterial genetics. Their work will be explored through dialogue with noted contemporary historians of science, including Nathanial Comfort, David Hart, David Healy, Ellen Herman, M. Susan Lindee, Stuart Leslie, and Jan Sapp.

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My links and notes:

color bar Small icon for Theory of Molecular Machines: physics,
chemistry, biology, molecular biology, evolutionary theory,
genetic engineering, sequence logos, information theory,
electrical engineering, thermodynamics, statistical
mechanics, hypersphere packing, gumball machines, Maxwell's
Daemon, limits of computers

Schneider Lab

origin: 2005 Jul 02
updated: 2012 Apr 06
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