The Apollo 11 Preliminary Science Report, 1969 is included in a collection of materials NLM acquired from NASA in 2014. Discover NASA historical materials and NASA funded medical research in NLM collections.
Data Science in Politics of Yellow Fever: Medical Research before “Data”
When data is processed and analyzed it becomes actionable information.
Trapping Mosquitoes at Home
Mosquito control education materials from the early 20th century—from changing the landscape to chemical insecticides.
Politics of Yellow Fever in Alexander Hamilton’s America
An interview with the curator of the newest exhibition at NLM, which explores how Philadelphia’s anxious residents responded to the epidemic using an uneasy blend of science and politics.
“Mr. Public Health”—John E. Fogarty, Medical Research, and Health Care
By Susan Speaker In January of 1941, a twenty-seven year old Rhode Island bricklayer named John Edward Fogarty began his first term in the U.S.
The Lincoln Autopsy
By Jill L. Newmark and Roxanne Beatty This week, Circulating Now marks a pivotal event in American history with a short series of posts. 150
Lincoln’s Last Hours
By Jill L. Newmark This week, Circulating Now marks a pivotal event in American history with a short series of posts. 150 years ago on
A Day that Changed American History
By Roxanne Beatty and Jill L. Newmark This week, Circulating Now marks a pivotal event in American history with a short series of posts. 150
Rare Footage of FDR at NIH
By Rebecca C. Warlow On October 31, 1940, just days before President Franklin Delano Roosevelt would be elected to an unprecedented third term as President
In this thanksgiving discourse from 1795, when our nation was still very young, the speaker renders thanks for peace and for fruitful seasons and ends with special gratitude for the swift end of an epidemic fever.