The flavor chemist will also serve as chairman of the Institute’s Affiliates Council.
The deadline to apply is January 15, 2023.
Jesse Smith shares his insights into microplastics and the history of water protection through our ‘Downstream’ exhibition.
Institute’s 2023 Ullyot lecturer shares prestigious award with K. Barry Sharpless and Morten Meldal for development of click and bioorthogonal chemistry.
Instruments and artifacts curator will present ‘What’s Behind a Nobel Prize?’ on October 4.
The Grace3 Technologies-powered event featured hands-on experiences with drones and other AI tech for more than 100 Philadelphia students.
Science History Institute and Fondation de la Maison de la Chimie Name Joseph Gal Winner of 2022 Franklin-Lavoisier Prize
The organic chemist is being honored for his research on the life and work of Louis Pasteur.
Museum and library head will present ‘Where Were Women in Chemistry in the 1600s?’ on September 28.
Student news report takes an in-depth look at how we tell the stories behind the science that shapes our everyday lives.
‘From Peas to the Human Genome Project’ features instruments from our collections to commemorate 200th birthday of genetics founder Gregor Mendel.
Digitized 16mm film and VHS tapes include promotional videos, science education series, and a silent recording from the 1920s featuring Marie Curie.
The Spectrum LifeSciences founder, who died at age 82, is being remembered as someone who ‘lived his best life.’
Incoming class includes scholars in our new two-year curatorial fellowship program.
Recognition is part of the prestigious American Association for State and Local History Leadership in History Awards program.
The Hallstar cofounder passed away on May 4, 2022, at the age of 78.
Staff and scholars will share stories about our library, archival, and museum collections.
Institute’s ‘Downstream’ exhibition featured in local sustainable lifestyle magazine.
The respected French scientist passed away suddenly on May 14, 2022.