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The NIH Stetten Museum preserves and interprets the history of the twenty-seven institutes and centers of the National Institutes of Health, using scientific and non-scientific artifacts, photographs and film, oral histories, and other documentation.  The Museum uses a variety of methods such as virtual and physical exhibits, social media, and publications to make this history available to the public and to historical researchers. 

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headingCuriosity & Collaboration:
tabtextMichael Potter Virtual Exhibit
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linktextThe Work of Michael Potter (1924-2013)
targethttps://history.nih.gov/exhibits/potter/index.html

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headingChristian Boehmer Anfinsen
tabtextChristian Anfinsen Virtual Exhibit
linktextProtein Folding and the Nobel Prize
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linktext@HistoryatNIH
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headingOral Histories
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linktextNIH Interview Archives
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The DeWitt Stetten, Jr., Museum of Medical Research

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A journey into NIH's past…and present

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Oral histories are added on a regular basis.

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