#HistChem Distillations explores aspects of humanity’s scientific and cultural legacy and asks the question, “How did we get here.” Our hosts are Michal Meyer, historian of science and editor in chief of Chemical Heritage magazine, and Bob Kenworthy, CHF’s in-house chemist. Each month they’ll guide us through engaging topics about history, technology, and science.
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June 13, 2008 | by Distillations Staff
Illumination has been a quest of humans for centuries now—both in terms of the cerebral and the physical. In today’s episode we focus on the physical type of illumination.
Posted In: Environment | Society
December 21, 2007 | by Distillations Staff
After the recent oil spills in the San Francisco Bay and the Kerch Strait, Distillations delves into the reality of cleaning up human-made messes.
Posted In: Environment
See your environment with fresh eyes through our newest exhibit.
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Wetzlar microscope, 1920s
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