Join us for a talk by Jody A. Roberts, director of the Institute for Research, Science History Institute.
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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.
What goes into creating delicious charcuterie? Why is honey such a good preservative? Find out on a mini culinary adventure with Urban Farmer!
From cheaply printed black-and-white etchings found in the 1890s Review of Reviews to the brightly colored panels of Wonder Woman comics, how does pop culture view the place of women in scientific fields?
Eat. Drink. Science! Join this monthly Philadelphia Science Café for your mind and your stomach.
Join us for a talk by Megan Piorko, Allington Fellow at the Science History Institute.
Join us this March at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia as we bring history to bear on the challenges of the present.
Victorians used real human hair to create decorative mementos in honor of their departed loved ones. We’ve teamed up with the Atlas Obscura Society Philly for a special evening dedicated to the art, beauty, and mystery surrounding this historical practice.
Join us for a talk by Lijing Jiang, the Haas Postdoctoral Fellow at the Science History Institute.
Join us for a talk by Spring Greeney, Visiting Dissertation Fellow at the Science History Institute.
Join us for a talk by Carin Berkowitz, Carin Berkowitz, director of the Center for Historical Research, Science History Institute.
Join us for a talk by Robert Fox, Presidential Fellow at the Science History Institute.