In this course Lisa Berry Drago will lead us through the first 150 years of manufactured dyes, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the curation of the BOLD exhibition.
In this course Roger Turner will show how the Nobel Prize can be an entry point for more inclusive stories about the people who work in science.
In this five-part course, Roger Turner follows some of science’s most colorful characters and the role their instruments have played in changing the world.
In this four-part Roundtable course, James Voelkel will cover the period in astronomy surrounding Copernicus’s proposal that the earth revolves around the sun.
Join the Institute’s David J. Caruso for a three-part online course on military medicine during the Spanish–American War and World War I.
César de la Fuente and Michael Mahan delve into AI-assisted antibiotic drug development.
Tanja Gruber discusses her company’s platform for turning the carbon found in biomass into useful materials.
This virtual training workshop introduces researchers to oral history and research interview methodologies.