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’In the 19th century arsenic was often the poison of choice for murderers. In the early 20th century its image was redeemed when an arsenic derivative became the salvation of those suffering from one of the major health scourges of that time: syphilis.
What happens when you put scientific instruments inside a former monastery? A museum to rival any other in Paris.
At science cafés across the country, members of the public meet informally with science experts to discuss the latest innovations over a drink.
A quick glance around the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum gives a clear impression of what the museum offers: one of the largest civic collections of art and historical artifacts in the world.
For thousands of years silk symbolized wealth and style. But in the 1930s DuPont gave Americans the next best thing.