Join us for a Lunchtime Lecture presented by D. O. McCullough, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the American Philosophical Society Library and Museum.
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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.
Learn how science, history, archaeology, and art history can combine in exciting and unexpected ways to give us insight into what life was like in the ancient world.
Yale PhD candidate Beans Velocci presents their latest research.
JPS welcomes a panel of industry leaders for a virtual discussion about the development and commercialization of nonanimal foods.
Join us for a Lunchtime Lecture presented by Megan Raby, associate professor of history, University of Texas at Austin.
The Joseph Priestley Society welcomes economist Robert Fry, who will present his outlook for the global economy, with an emphasis on U.S. manufacturing and the chemical industry in particular.
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.
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.