Laboratory

The Masters of Nature

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Woman irritated by smog in LA in the 1950s

Fighting Smog in Los Angeles

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Laser inventor Gordon Gould playing chess 1940

The Man, the Myth, the Laser

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A group of Amish people standing in a field

High-Tech and Amish

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Fist and flask graphic

Political Science

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AIDS

Going Viral

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Learn

Learn
Vaughn Bell poses with her work Village Green.

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Research

Instruments

Research
Edward Dunlea calibrating an aerosol mass spectrometer at the Storm Peak Laboratory.

Scientists

Research
Hammond in her lab at MIT.

Paula Hammond

Historical Profile

Trial by Fire

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The Laboratorio Chimico at the Museum of Science at the University of Lisbon

Elements of the Past

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The Bradbury Science Museum is part of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The museum’s history gallery tells the story of the making of the atomic bomb. (Sarah Reisert)

Remember Los Alamos

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Reatha Clark King

For Love of the Lab

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Frank Field working with an ionization instrument at Humble Oil in the 1950s

An Emerging Field

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Robert Woodward, with his trademark cigarette, sitting at a desk with a statue of a Scotsman.

Robert Burns Woodward

Historical Profile
Søren Sørensen.

Søren Sørensen

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Michael Faraday. Engraved by D. J. Pound from a photograph by Mayall.

Michael Faraday

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Louis Pasteur in his laboratory, holding a jar containing the spinal cord of a rabbit infected with rabies, which he used to develop a vaccine against the disease.

Louis Pasteur

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Robert S. Langer.

Robert S. Langer

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Photographs

Collections

Collections

Collections
Blow Pipe Kit

Objects

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Mummies Up Close

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Lab Safety

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Self-Experimentation

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