The 2024 Cain Conference will explore how the stories of diverse scientists can empower young girls and people of color to see themselves as valuable contributors to the STEM fields.
Join Nobel laureate Roald Hoffmann as he shares an untold story about science and immigration.
From plastics circularity in healthcare to changing modes of recycling, the 2023 T. T. Chao Symposium on Innovation will reveal new perspectives on plastics.
Historian Paul Wolff Mitchell discusses how the city that birthed the nation’s independence became a center of racial science.
Historians and social scientists of science, technology, and medicine discuss their collaborative work to develop and deploy “embedded connections” in the humanities and STEM fields.
Join us for a Fellow in Focus lecture on the joy, challenge, and urgency of writing about our environments.
Louis Gerdelan shows how interactions among scientists, doctors, astrologers, and churchmen formed the foundations of modern disaster reporting.