Ex Libris Universum: Museum Tour

American Institute of Physics’ blog includes the Science History Institute on its list of ‘some of the coolest virtual museums on the internet.’

March 3, 2022

Ex Libris Universam, the blog published by the American Institute of Physics’ Niels Bohr Library & Archives, has included the Science History Institute on its list of “some of the coolest virtual museums on the internet.”

“The Science History Institute in Philadelphia has a fabulous offering of virtual exhibits featuring items from their digital collections,” the post exclaims while shining a spotlight on our Nylon: From Labs to Legs digital exhibition and including a photo of the Institute’s museum as the article’s featured image.

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Image: Color Crazy, advertisement, 1955. Science HIstory Institute

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