The Instrumental Chemist Film Screening and Talkback scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, has been postponed, due to the weather. This event will be rescheduled for a date to be announced soon.
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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.
Join us this March at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia as we bring history to bear on the challenges of the present.
We’re coming to Texas! Drink, mingle, and be among the first to celebrate our bright new future as the Science History Institute.
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.
Linda McGill Boasmond, owner and president, presents the story of Cedar Concepts Corporation, a chemical manufacturer of surfactants, lubricants, and chemical intermediates.
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 special Philadelphia Science Festival Science on Tap that will explore the many ways science has really taught us lessons.
Join us for a talk by Robert Fox, Presidential Fellow at the Science History Institute.
The T. T. Chao Symposium on Innovation is designed to explore issues of innovation as they relate to the historical, current, and future role of Houston as a leader in technologically based society.
Heritage Day is the Science History Institute’s annual celebration of the achievements and promise of the sciences and technologies that shape material culture and innovation.