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This is what science looks like

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If a relatively small painting of a torn soup can label by Andy Warhol can haul in $11.8m, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) may have just found the answer to what's been a consistently flat budget for the past several years: Producing artwork from all that science the agency has been struggling to keep alive and funded.

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