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.
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.
On Innovation Day emerging industry leaders celebrate today’s innovations in the chemical industry and seek solutions for tomorrow’s challenges.
The fellows of the Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry at the Science History Institute will host a two-day graduate and early-career conference on science education, science popularization, and their histories.
This conference on the history of science features an evening public lecture, a symposium, and a collected volume.
This day-long seminar explored the correspondence of Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier.