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This documentary film was shown in 2002 on the NIH campus. Based on the historian Buhm Soon Park's interviews with scientists, technicians, and secretaries working in Building 3, the film gives an idea of the scientific research that had been done there before the building's renovation into office space in 2001. The interviewees discuss their research, explain the circumstances that led to their arrival at NIH, and point out some key research instruments. The film also shows historical photographs from the Office of NIH History.

Building 3, circa 1950.
Building 3, ca. 1950
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  Construction
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  High Standard of Excellence
Earl Stadtman
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  Basic Research—a “Must”
Thressa Stadtman, Gerad Lacourciere, Boon Chock, Sue Goo Rhee, James Ferretti
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  At the Endless Frontier
Edward Korn, Rodney Levine, John Hammer
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  Instruments and Facilities
Michael Poston, Ann Ginsberg, Julie Donaldson, Moon Bin Yim
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  Technical and Administrative Support
Lin Tsai, Barbara Berlett, Mary Richardson, Merry Peters
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  Congenial Atmosphere
Edward Korn, Moon Bin Yim, Earl Stadtman
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  Building 3 Tradition, Continues
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       Total running time: 1:13:07

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