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All public events will be held online until further notice.
The Science History Institute produces a wide range of public programs and events aimed at students, scholars, scientific professionals, and all who are intellectually curious.
Learn about Drexel University’s Ted Daeschler and his team’s work exploring Devonian-age fossils in the Trans-Antartic Mountains of Antarctica.
Sabine Clark, senior lecturer in modern history, University of York, will present this week’s virtual Lunchtime Lecture.
Vijay Kapur, CEO (retired), International Solar Electric Technology, discusses the history of photovoltaic technology, its current status, and its future.
This week’s virtual Lunchtime Lecture will be presented by Haesoo Park, assistant professor of science, technology, and society and faculty residential fellow at Singapore Management University.
This week’s virtual Lunchtime Lecture will be presented by Patrícia Martins Marcos, PhD student in history and science studies at the University of California, San Diego.
This week’s virtual lunchtime lecture will be presented by Allison Bigelow, Tom Scully Discovery Chair Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Virginia.
Join us for the final installment in a three-part series on deciphering historical documents throughout time.
Elise K. Burton will discuss her forthcoming book, Genetic Crossroads: The Middle East and the Science of Human Heredity.
Tiffany Nichols, attorney and Harvard PhD candidate in history of science, will present this week’s Lunchtime Lecture.