As an Ullyot Scholar at the Institute, Sarah Everts worked on her project “Sweat Science: The Science, Culture, History, and Commercialization of Perspiration, the Chemical Cocktail That Humanity Produces in Abundant Amounts.”
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Data overload is nothing new. How have people in the past managed their versions of big data?
For more than 2,000 years human ingenuity has turned natural and synthetic poisons into weapons of war.
The early 20th century was an especially rich time for creating ways to process and preserve food.
When Communist East Germany built a wall across Berlin, it created two different cities, two different countries, and for scientists two different careers.