Oh, no! You are looking at the dreaded 404 message.
This link has worked for years—what happened?
However, we still have plenty of great educational material:
- Browse our Learn section for a number of lively and informative biographies of scientists and engineers whose work has shaped modern society.
- Organize a tour of our museum for your students, or come to our events for an up-close and personal look at how science and technology influence our lives everyday.
- Check out our Scientific Adventurers for thoughtful and revealing videos of a number of significant 20th-century scientists.
- Consider adding Conflicts in Chemistry to your curriculum this year. The research and debate approach gives students a real understanding of the impacts (both good and bad) of man-made materials.
- Search our digital collections and oral histories, invaluable resources for the study of the history of science.
Remember, the Science History Institute is much more than a source for educational materials. To find out more, visit our (new and improved) homepage.