Drop in for a tour highlighting the central role of women in shaping chemistry and the material sciences throughout history.
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The Science History Institute produces a wide range of virtual and in-person events aimed at students, educators, scientific professionals, scholars, science history lovers, and the intellectually curious.
Learn about Kathryn Mickle’s research on the diversity of ray-finned fishes through Paleozoic fossils.
Institute fellow Bono Shih will shed light on the legacy of ancient warfare in modern engineering.
This virtual talk features the Institute’s Roger Turner, who will trace the notably nutty history of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).