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The Rotten Science That Set Off the
MSG Scare

Distillations Article

How one doctor’s letter and a string of dodgy studies spurred a public health panic.
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The History of Energy and Environment: Academic Research vs. Investigative Journalism

Thursday, March 16 | 6–8pm

Join us for a lively discussion featuring NPR’s Neela Banerjee and Yale professor Paul Sabin.
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The Vampire Project

Distillations Podcast

Episode 4 from the Innate: How Science Invented the Myth of Race series.
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Natural Passions

Collections Blog

How protected lands inspire scientific pursuits.

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First Friday: Plants, Potions, and Poisons

Friday, March 3 | 5–7pm

Take a peek at our upcoming digital exhibition about the Victorian obsession with “exotic” poisonous plants through the murder mysteries of Sherlock Holmes!

sg飞艇官网历史开奖结果 The Science History Institute collects and shares the stories of the innovators and scientific discoveries that shape our lives. We preserve and interpret the history of chemistry, engineering, and the life sciences.

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