Explore the role chemistry has played in everyday life through biographies of those who have advanced our understanding, chemistry activities, and online resources.
If you are a fan of both coloring and chemistry, grab those colored pencils and add your own artistic embellishments to items from our collections!
On the last Friday of each month one research fellow hosts Fellow Friday, a daylong chat on the Chemical Heritage Foundation’s Twitter account. Follow along at twitter.com/chemheritage.
Behold the electrifying stories of five scientists whose insatiable curiosity about the world changed it forever.
Iconic Innovators features oral biographies of modern scientists, educators, and leaders who have helped change the world through their contributions to the chemical and molecular sciences.
Explore the story of chemistry across centuries.
Follow the adventures of eight leading women in chemistry and celebrate the common element that catalyzed their journeys: a life-changing, chance-taking, thrill-seeking love of science.
Stories from the Field preserves and celebrates the contributions of women in science. From students striving for degrees to scientists looking back on their careers, this audio library captures triumphs, challenges, and insights in short, conversational interviews.
Common objects have stories to tell us—about how they came to be and how they influenced lives and even the very shape and texture of our societies. Thanks to Chemistry uncovers the chemistry and the history hidden inside the stuff of our lives.
Plastics have dramatically changed the way we live, but some people question the merits of those changes. Conflicts in Chemistry: The Case of Plastics is a pilot project that engages high school students in this lively debate.
Watch the winning entries in the It’s Elemental video competition.
CHF's Collections are featured in Chemistry Now, an online resource for students and teachers.