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Marshall Nirenberg

Deciphering the Genetic Code

Marshall Nirenberg

This exhibit explores the Nobel Prize-winning work of NHLBI's Marshall Nirenberg, who deciphered the genetic code in the early 1960s with the collaboration of his NIH colleagues.
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The Stadtman Way

A Tale of Two Biochemists at NIH

Photograph of Earl and Thressa StadtmanAccomplished biochemists and beloved mentors, Thressa and Earl Stadtman have worked at NIH for more than half a century.

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Santiago Ramon y Cajal

Founder of Modern Neuroscience

Santiago Ramon y Cajal at the microscope

Santiago Ramón y Cajal was the first to describe the nervous system, including neurons, in exquisite detail.  His original drawings, as well as information about current NIH neuroscience, are on exhibit in NIH Building 35, the Porter Neuroscience Center.