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Science History Institute Debuts New Exhibition Friday, May 4
May 01, 2018Age of Alchemy is the first exhibition under the organization’s new name.
Chemical Heritage Foundation is now Science History Institute
February 01, 2018The 35-year-old organization will celebrate a new name at its Philadelphia headquarters this evening.
CHF Selected to Host Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow
January 09, 2018The Chemical Heritage Foundation has been selected by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) as a host organization for the Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows Program.
A New Chapter Begins
January 02, 2018The Chemical Heritage Foundation is thrilled to announce that on February 1 we'll become the Science History Institute.
Chemical Heritage Foundation to Receive National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
December 14, 2017The $100,000 grant funds the development of a game prototype exploring the history of alchemy.
The Chemical Heritage Foundation Presents New Exhibition and Walking Tour—Things Fall Apart
June 13, 2017The Chemical Heritage Foundation opens a new exhibition on June 17, 2017, titled Things Fall Apart. This exhibition and walking tour explore the life and afterlife of things and why (and how) we preserve them.
Robert G. W. Anderson Named President of Chemical Heritage Foundation
January 11, 2017Robert Anderson, former Director of the British Museum, has been selected as the President and CEO of Chemical Heritage Foundation.