Join us as we write our own secret messages using homemade invisible ink, just like spies did during the Revolutionary War.
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All public events will be held online until further notice.
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.
University of Virginia Spanish professor Allison Bigelow presents this week’s virtual lunchtime lecture.
Join us for the final installment in a three-part series on deciphering historical documents throughout time.
Elise K. Burton will discuss her forthcoming book, Genetic Crossroads: The Middle East and the Science of Human Heredity.
Learn about the Franklin family soapmaking business at this virtual Science on Tap featuring the APS Museum’s Janine Boldt.
Tiffany Nichols, attorney and Harvard PhD candidate in history of science, will present this week’s Lunchtime Lecture.
This two-day virtual symposium will explore alchemy’s practical and applied uses and their lasting impact on chemistry, technology, medicine, experimentation, and the marketplace.