By James Labosier and John Rees ~ An important new archival collection, the Stanley N. Cohen Papers (1948–2016), is now available at the National Library
By Sally Howe ~ This third and last blog post associated with announcing the High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) archival collection has three topics. First
By Sally Howe ~ In a blog post in September we announced the release of a finding aid for the HPPC archive. That post focused
By Sally Howe ~ People today might use their smart phones without even thinking about how they work, let alone about the infrastructure that enables
Circulating Now welcomes guest bloggers Diane Wendt and Mallory Warner from the Division of Medicine and Science at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Circulating Now welcomes guest bloggers Diane Wendt and Mallory Warner from the Division of Medicine and Science at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Diane Wendt spoke today at the National Library of Medicine on “Vessels, Tubes and Tanks: Historic Biotechnologies at the Smithsonian.” Ms. Wendt is cocurator of
By Erika Mills For some, the word “biotechnology” conjures images like super crops and cloned sheep—things created in a laboratory by manipulating DNA. While many