The NIH Record

July 15, 1997
Vol. XLIX, No. 14

Work on Bldg. 10
'South Entry'
to Begin in August

'Back To Sleep' Campaign
Gains New Partners

Minority Committee
Sets Sights

R&W Barbecue Raises
Money for Children
With Cancer

First Native American
Youth Initiative

Summer Term and the
Learning Is Easy

Baldwin To Receive
Public Service Award

Science in the News

News Briefs

Science Education Connection




Study Subjects Sought

U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health

NIH Record Archives

Federal Flat To Fall
NIH Apartment House Must Yield To New Hospital Construction

By Rich McManus

The hopeful spray of purple irises at its front stoop notwithstanding, Apartment Bldg. 20, which since 1954 has been home to NIH directors, foreign scientists, nurses, heart surgeons and on-call panjandrums of various stripe, will yield to the wrecking ball around Oct. 1. Rendered nearly charmless and irrelevant by its position in the shadow of its mammoth neighbor across the street -- the Clinical Center is allegedly one of the world's largest brick structures -- Bldg. 20 lies in the way of construction associated with the new Hatfield Clinical Research Center.
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Info Superhighway Becomes Freeway
Vice President Gore Launches Free Access to NLM's MEDLINE

By Melanie Modlin

With a few clicks of the keyboard, Vice President Al Gore recently performed the inaugural search opening up free access to MEDLINE on the World Wide Web.
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