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Brown Bag Lecture: “Plant to Plant to Plant or Some Modes of Chemo-Capital Succession”
Diagnostics: Out of the Shadows and into the Limelight
First Friday: Selling Science
Science on Tap: “How to Mount a Dinosaur . . . in a Synchrotron”
Brown Bag Lecture: “Otlet’s Order: Intellectual Property and the Bibliographical Imagination”
Think. Make. Play.
Detail of Chemistry, Engraved by J. Chapman
Portrait of F. W. Clarke.
Donato d’Eremita, Dell' elixir vitae (1624)
Prototype for the Perkin-Elmer Model 12 Infrared Spectrophotometer
Sears Chemistry Set, ca. 1958
Detail of The Chemist, Edward Allen Schmidt, 19th century
Comparison of Fertilizers, Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory
Otto Tachenius, Hippocrates chymicus (1677)
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