Ten framed images arising from biological research

BioArt Now on View at NLM

They’re vibrant, wild, and colorful. But much more than cool pictures, the art hanging outside of the Lister Hill auditorium at NLM shows life itself in views that most people never get to see. It’s called BioArt. Look closely and then read the captions. The skyline of New York City was created by “printing” nanodroplets…

Garden plots and a bench

The Magical, Medicinal NLM Herb Garden

  “Fresh herbs—there’s nothing else like them!” So says Montgomery County master gardener* Mary Musselman, one of several dedicated volunteers who tend the National Library of Medicine’s colorful herb garden, across the oval driveway in front of the main Library building. Bracketed by benches, this unique haven on the NIH campus is intended to showcase…

Portion of a colorful mural showing Dr. King marching at the front of a large crowd of protestors

Civil Rights Photos on Display at NLM

NIH’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion partnered with NLM to share photos of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the civil rights movement. Nine poster-size photographs will be on display outside of the auditorium in the Library’s Lister Hill Center until the end of Black History Month, February 28. As part of the exhibition called “A…