Institute museum curator Roger Turner will discuss how conversations with World War II pilots shaped the TV weather report.
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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.
Join us for a 50th anniversary celebration of the landmark legislation aimed at reducing water pollution and improving water quality.
Mark Emptage reflects on his experience developing one of the first commercially successful bioderived commodity chemicals to use a genetically engineered microorganism.
Drop in for a tour highlighting the central role of women in shaping chemistry and the material sciences throughout history.
Automotive engineer Ed Becker will discuss vehicle electrification in light of evolving government legislation and consumer preferences.
Geert Somsen of Maastricht University will speak about the HERA-funded research project “The Scientific Conference: A Social, Cultural, and Political History.”
Join us for a Varsity Tutors virtual class to learn about Jewish scientists whose pursuit of knowledge triumphed over war and persecution.
Chad Hill will discuss his work with drones, remote sensing, and a variety of sensor technologies with examples from projects in Jordan, Israel, and the United States.
This year’s symposium will reflect on the first 50 years of the Clean Water Act, using this milestone to reflect on the past, present, and future of water quality in the United States and globally.