Drop in for a tour highlighting the central role of women in shaping chemistry and the material sciences throughout history.
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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.
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.
Jason Weckstein will guide us virtually through Belém, Brazil, where he co-led a research team to discover and describe the region’s bird and bird parasite diversity.
Subhadra Das will discuss the work of the little-known Victorian scientist who coined the term “eugenics.”
NovaXS founder and CEO Alina Rui Su will discuss her work on needle-free medications and other innovations seeking to improve the patient experience.
NPR’s Neela Banerjee and Yale professor Paul Sabin discuss the similarities, differences, and potential conflicts between journalistic and academic accounts of the past.
Our March Joseph Priestley Society program will feature experts on the forefront of how artificial intelligence is impacting drug discovery.
Our final Joseph Priestley Society meeting of the season will feature a lively discussion on three years of COVID and how best to coexist with the virus.