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Celebration of Science

December 06, 2012  /  Zofia Klosowska, NIDA Research Training Award Fellow

On Saturday, September 8, I had the opportunity to volunteer at a very special event on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) main campus, called “Celebration of Science,” otherwise known as COS. Read More »

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NIDA's Where Are They Now Series? Turning Tragedy Into Inspiration

November 20, 2012  /  Sara Bellum

SBB recently caught up with a few past winners of the NIDA Addiction Science Fair Award to find out what the teens are doing now. Read More »

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Yamini Naidu

A Taste of Research Sparks Lifelong Career Visions

November 06, 2012  /  Yamini Naidu, NIDA Intramural Research Lab Intern

Hello, you last heard from me when I won one of NIDA’s Science of Addiction Awards at the Intel Science and Engineering Fair. Read More »

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NIDA's Where Are They Now? Series: Deciding Your Future

October 30, 2012  /  Sara Bellum

SBB recently caught up with a few past winners of the NIDA Addiction Science Fair Award to find out what the teens are doing now. Read More »

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Help Wanted: Brain Scientist

October 16, 2012  /  Sara Bellum

The brain controls just about everything we do, think, and feel. It coordinates all of the body’s physical functions—like standing, walking, and breathing—as well as our memory, emotions, and behaviors. Read More »

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