This “drop-in” tour explores the importance of water and the histories of pollution and protection that have changed our relationship to this vital substance.
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The Science History Institute produces a wide range of virtual and in-person events aimed at students, educators, scientific professionals, scholars, science history lovers, and the intellectually curious.
Drop in for a tour highlighting the central role of women in shaping chemistry and the material sciences throughout history.
Learn about Kathryn Mickle’s research on the diversity of ray-finned fishes through Paleozoic fossils.
Bono Shih will shed light on the legacy of ancient warfare in modern engineering.