Fall 2011/Winter 2012, Vol. 29, No. 3

Go to the movies—the first ones—with a history of celluloid and its cultural cache. Visit a time when chemistry was a drawing attraction on the lecture circuit and Humphry Davy its star. Explore the little-known story of Japanese-American chemists in America’s World War II internment camps, and the treatment they received there. Plus treasures from CHF’s collections, book and museum reviews, interviews, and more.