Annual awards program recognizes special achievements of museums and historical organizations across Pennsylvania.
‘Philadelphia Weekly’ Spotlights Institute’s Oral History Program, ‘Between Us and Catastrophe’ Exhibition
Staff members share why recording history is so important, especially during a pandemic.
The prestigious award will be presented as part of the Institute’s annual Innovation Day program on September 13.
American Institute of Physics’ blog includes the Science History Institute on its list of ‘some of the coolest virtual museums on the internet.’
The Nigerian-born chemical engineer passed away February 20, 2022, at the age of 65.
Institute’s Digital Collections on List of ‘Hidden Gems’ in Creative Commons Open Culture Remix Art Contest
Licensing organization’s #CCSharesCulture competition celebrates better sharing of global cultural heritage.
‘Animals and the Making of Human Vaccines’ is featured in the online platform’s history of vaccination project.
Metabolic Engineer Jay Keasling to Receive Science History Institute’s Prestigious Othmer Gold Medal
Noted synthetic biotechnology pioneer to be recognized as part of Institute’s annual Heritage Day celebration on May 11, 2022.
Noted academic and entrepreneur to be recognized as part of the Institute’s annual Heritage Day celebration on May 11, 2022.
Research curator Jesse Smith takes readers of IUPAC’s digital news magazine on a watery journey of history and science with Institute’s latest exhibition.
The Indorama Ventures founder and CEO will be honored March 27, 2022, at AFPM’s International Petrochemical Conference in San Antonio.
Annual talk is cosponsored by Penn, USciences, and ACS Philadelphia and Delaware.
The science historian was a member of the Institute’s Collections Committee.
Online magazine features Institute fellows Megan Piorko and Sarah Lang, who helped decode a puzzling Latin cipher.
History Channel podcast features Institute’s oral history interview with Nobel laureate and ozone savior Mario Molina.
Institute fellows Megan Piorko and Sarah Lang help crack a 400-year-old alchemical cipher.
The longtime member of the Institute’s Board of Overseers passed away October 8, 2021, at the age of 73.
Coverage of our new water analysis and protection exhibition includes WHYY, the ‘Philadelphia Inquirer,’ and others.