The Science History Institute hosts three major conferences each year, as well as smaller workshops and symposia.
Historians, science studies scholars, museum practitioners, scientists, and industry professionals discuss topics as varied as alchemy, environmentalism, technological innovation, natural history collections, and more.
In its 18th year of highlighting breakthroughs and achievement in innovation, this program continues to attract leaders from all sectors of the chemical enterprise.
Sessions will focus on the fascinating interplay of science, technology, and international affairs after the Second World War.
Abstracts are now being accepted for this conference on the entanglements of science and labor between the 16th century and today.
This event brings together established and emerging leaders in the technical, entrepreneurial, health-care, and policy arenas to celebrate innovation in the Houston, Texas, region.
This multi-day virtual symposium will explore alchemy’s practical and applied uses and their lasting impact on chemistry, technology, medicine, experimentation, and the marketplace.