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BBC: The People Solving Mysteries during Lockdown
June 16, 2020The Institute’s crowdsourcing campaign to help identify female lab workers is included in this article about finding missing people.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Anonymous Too Long—STL Women Shorted on Credit for Scientific Work
May 15, 2020Social media editor Rebecca Ortenberg interviewed about campaign to identify unnamed women scientists in photo.
Massive Science: Can You Help Identify Unnamed Women Scientists of the Past?
April 21, 2020The Science History Institute launches crowdsourcing campaign to help ID female lab workers in photo.
Vox: 18 Fascinating Nonfiction Podcasts
April 09, 2020News site features Distillations on its list of podcasts that will keep you distracted while expanding your knowledge of the world.
Philadelphia Magazine: Explore Philly from Your Couch with These Virtual Tours of Local Attractions
April 01, 2020The Institute is included on the publication’s list of cultural hotspots to explore in a whole new way.
Philadelphia Inquirer: In Museums—Suffrage, Scandal, Sloths, and Rebellion
February 10, 2020The Institute’s Valentine’s Day-themed event is featured in the Inquirer’s “Spring Arts Preview.”
Condé Nast Traveler: 15 Best Museums in Philadelphia
January 23, 2020The Science History Institute is featured on the travel magazine’s list of Philly’s top museums for the second year in a row.
CBS3: Science History Institute Blends History of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Life Sciences
January 08, 2020Institute’s museum featured on local Philadelphia station during its 5:00 p.m. newscast.
Gettingsmart.com: 100 Podcasts You Should Check Out
December 16, 2019Distillations featured on education news site’s list of favorite podcast series in the STEM & Maker category.
Forbes: Rare Earth Minerals Could Be Sourced Through Outdated Smartphones, Batteries, Wind Turbines
December 05, 2019Institute fellow Roger Turner explains what the rare earth elements are and why we need to recycle them.
Hamodia: A Golden Age Turned Black
December 05, 2019This article takes a close look at the life and legacy of German-Jewish scientist Georg Bredig, whose collection of papers and photographs was recently acquired by the Institute.
DHA Blog: ExhibitLab at the Science History Institute
November 19, 2019The Disability History Association’s All of Us blog reviews our recent Science and Disability ExhibitLab.
AGU Blog: Why Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons Are Needed, and How We Can Help
October 10, 2019Our Women in STEM Wiki-a-Thon is featured in this post from the American Geophysical Union.
UCLA Daily Bruin: Panelists Discuss Challenges Caused by Use of Rare Earth Elements
September 26, 2019The Science History Institute hosted a thought-provoking panel in LA featuring leading industry experts.
The Hill: R&D, Not Greenland, Can Solve Our Rare Earth Problem
September 18, 2019Institute fellow Roger Turner and Dr. Julie Klinger offer a long-term solution to our growing need for rare earth elements in this opinion piece.
NCPH Blog: Science and Disability Q&A
September 16, 2019Institute researcher Jessica Martucci talks about the organization’s Science and Disability project with the National Council on Public History.
New York Times: Is It Time to Upend the Periodic Table?
August 27, 2019The Institute’s Brigitte Van Tiggelen is quoted in this article on Mendeleev’s chart and the variations proposed in the 150 years since.
The Oprah Magazine: 20 Best History Podcasts That’ll Make You Rethink What You Learned in School
August 22, 2019OprahMag.com features Distilllations in its roundup of favorite history podcasts.
ChemistryViews: IUPAC 2019 in Paris
July 24, 2019A presentation by Science History Institute President Robert Anderson is featured in this recap of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry’s annual meeting.
VacationIdea.com: 25 Best Free Things to Do in Philadelphia
July 19, 2019The Science History Institute is featured at No. 2 on the online travel and lifestyle magazine’s list of Philly’s top free attractions.