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Using stories from science’s past to understand our world
Take a trip down the Gowanus Canal with cartographer and citizen scientist Eymund Diegel.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have left hundreds of thousands of Americans homeless. Where will they live?
Take a peek behind the scenes at Dogfish Head, a brewery in Milton, Delaware, to see how they make their signature brews and their “ancient ales.”
Sophisticated drugs have enabled those with HIV to live long lives—as long as they take their medication.
Peek into the studio of author and illustrator Jonathan Fetter-Vorm, and watch the creative process behind his recent book, Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb.
The spectacles of Sophie Blanchard and the scientific missions of James Glaisher.
Author Richard Holmes shares stories of the exhibitionists, scientists, and escapists who make up the history of ballooning.