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Cain Conference Public Lecture: “Life in the Universe: Past and Present”
First Friday: Between Food and Medicine
Center for Oral History Training Workshop
Science on Tap: “Eat Well with This One Trick: The Enzyme Craze of the 19th Century”
Joseph Priestley Society: James M. Ellison
First Friday: Science at Play Story Fair
Joseph Priestley Society: Mike Lacey
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)
Millipore water testing kit, 1960
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