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From Research Labs, Glowing Colors and Images

Release Date
April 30, 2006
  Location or Research Facility
The Washington Post

Washington Post Features NIGMS Research

In an article called “From Research Labs, Glowing Colors and Images,” the Washington Post highlighted the work of 7 NIGMS-supported scientists through colorful snapshots of their research projects ranging from molecular imaging to pain management. The images appeared in the May 1, 2006, print edition.

Each image debuted in the NIGMS monthly electronic newsletter Biomedical Beat, a digest of research news in basic biomedical research. View these and other cool images in the newsletter’s gallery.

Courtesy of Shuming Nie, professor of biomedical engineering at Emory University. Courtesy of Victoria Foe, research professor at the Center for Cell Dynamics, University of Washington's Friday Harbor Laboratories.
Courtesy of Shuming Nie, professor of biomedical engineering at Emory University.
Courtesy of Victoria Foe, research professor at the Center for Cell Dynamics, University of Washington's Friday Harbor Laboratories.
Courtesy of Stephen Eubank, a physicist at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute. Courtesy of Carolyn Larabell, a cell biologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Courtesy of Stephen Eubank, a physicist at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute.
Courtesy of Carolyn Larabell, a cell biologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Courtesy of Holly Wichman, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Idaho. Courtesy of David Patterson and Hunter Hoffman of the University of Washington in Seattle.
Courtesy of Holly Wichman, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Idaho.
Courtesy of David Patterson and Hunter Hoffman of the University of Washington in Seattle.
Courtesy of Arthur Toga, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles, and head of the Center for Computational Biology.
 
Courtesy of Arthur Toga, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles, and head of the Center for Computational Biology.
 


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