Events

The Science History Institute produces a wide range of in-person and virtual events that are free and open to the public. From exhibition openings and talks, to museum tours and late-night activities, our programming is aimed at science history lovers, students, industry professionals, scholars, educators, and the scientifically curious.
Featured

Curious Histories Fest: Color Your World

Saturday, June 8, 2024 | 11am-3pm EDT
Learn More

Filter events

Event Types
  • Beckman Center
  • Classes & Workshops
  • Conferences & Symposia
  • Drop-In Tours
  • Fellow in Focus
  • First Fridays
  • For Families
  • Free
  • Hybrid
  • Joseph Priestley Society
  • Museum Programs & Activities
  • Online
  • Performances
  • Programs, Lectures & Talks
  • Roundtable
  • Science and Society
  • Science on Tap
  • Stories of Science
graphic showing a person in a mask and a scientific instrument

How Science Invented the Myth of Race: Race Correction

In the fifth and final session of this Roundtable course, we show how racial bias is built into medical instruments and introduce the medical students and doctors working to change it.

More