A new essay by David Cantor “Challenge: Science Against Cancer or How to Make a Movie in the Mid-Twentieth Century” is now available on Medicine on Screen.
By Sarah Eilers ~ The National Library of Medicine has a rich new set of digital resources for researchers interested in the history of global
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger David Cantor to discuss a newly digitized collection of materials related to medicine and film compiled by Adolf Nichtenhauser (1903–1953).
By Susan L. Speaker ~ The National Library of Medicine recently launched a new Profiles in Science site! Unlike most of our earlier Profiles, which
Circulating Now welcomes guest Benjamín Schultz-Figueroa, PhD, Assistant Professor in Film Studies at Seattle University, to discuss his research on the history of scientific filmmaking
By Sarah Eilers ~ Coming up September 24-26, the Healthy Scepticism Film Festival, a free virtual program organised by the Wellcome Trust, features a range
By Kathy High and Michael Sappol ~ Originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011 and also available on Medicine on Screen: Films
By Sarah Eilers ~ Last week I presented (Zooming, of course) at the “Films of State: Moving Images Made by Governments” conference, cosponsored by the
Angela Saward, Wellcome Collection, London, discusses the 1964 British public health film It Takes Your Breath Away.
By Sarah Eilers ~ This year, the Historical Audiovisuals Program at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), with support from the Exhibition Program, digitally preserved