The Joseph Priestley Society welcomes Peter Young, president, Young and Partners, and Lucy Simek, executive vice president, mergers and acquisitions, Solvay.
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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.
Young innovators and industry leaders come together to celebrate innovation in the chemical industry today and seek solutions for tomorrow’s challenges.
Interested in dark matter? Talk about it with a particle physicist. Intrigued by circadian rhythms and sleep patterns? Discuss it with a neuroscientist!
An alchemical mystery lurks in our archives. Use your detective skills to solve it while viewing fascinating treasures, as we open our vaults in celebration of American Archives Month.
The Joseph Priestley Society welcomes Katrine Bosley, CEO, president, and director, Editas Medcine, Inc.
Scientists and artists are storytellers, but how does an artist use scientific collections to interpret and inspire new ways of seeing and understanding science?
Experience the macabre public experiments that inspired Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
The Joseph Priestley Society welcomes a panel led by Joel Tickner, director, Green Chemistry and Commerce Council.
DNA testing has become ever present, from its role in the recent apprehension of the Golden State Killer to the soaring popularity of genetic-testing kits.
Jennifer Doudna will deliver the 29th annual Ullyot Public Affairs Lecture.
Join us for a talk by Roger Turner, Research Fellow at the Science History Institute.