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A Tear Gas Tale

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Hammond in her lab at MIT.

Paula Hammond

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Walter Snelling Photograhpic Experiment

Visual Evidence

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Operation Greenhouse

An Aging Army

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Harvard Cyclotron

Accelerating Oncology

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Feeding a War

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Blockade Against Blockade or John Bull a Match for Boney

The Blockade Runner

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Army surgeons

Frontline Pharmacies

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St. Clair’s Defeat

Fresh Start

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Alex Wellerstein

Telling Secrets

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U.S. postal inspectors, ca. early 20th century

Under Cover of Ink

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A biologist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) examines animal tissue, ca. 1970.

A Vulnerable Earth

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Satirical illustration from Erwin Weinbrenner’s illustrated poem KZL und Morgenthau.

Factory to Farm

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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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Life and Death

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Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever Fiend

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Gerhard Domagk

Soldier Sulfa

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Social Scientist

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Dolphins

Communicating Under Water

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Brave New Butter

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Christmas at Hanford

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Promises, Promises

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Parachute silk

Hot Pursuit

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An Uneasy Partnership

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A Soviet propaganda poster translates as “Soviet man, be proud. You opened the road to the stars from Earth!” (russiatrek.org)

Sputnik Fever

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German physicists from before World War II

Magical Thinking

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Clara Immerwahr

Casualty of War

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Boom Times

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Soldiers during World War II gathering meteorological data in the Caribbean.

Weather Service

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Wounded Soldier

Horror Show

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Ernest Rutherford in academic garb.

Ernest Rutherford

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Linus Pauling during an oral history interview conducted by the Chemical Heritage Foundation, now the Science History Institute, in 1987.

Linus Carl Pauling

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Ralph Landau.

Ralph Landau

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Fritz Haber, sketched in 1911 by W. Luntz.

Fritz Haber

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Glenn T. Seaborg in 1942, adjusting a Geiger counter.

Glenn Theodore Seaborg

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Alfred Nobel.

Alfred Nobel

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