This Saturday marks twenty years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 that occurred in New York City, Arlington, VA, and Shanksville, PA. This
The NLM History Talk on “Peril in the Air: Pollution Activism on Film” recording is available at NIH Videocast.
By Michael Kronenfeld and Jennie J. Kronenfeld ~ Since the late 1990, Al Gore has been ridiculed for supposedly claiming to have invented the Internet.
By Megan O’Hern and John P. Rees ~ Researchers interested in the history of marijuana and medicine will appreciate learning about the Tod Mikuriya Papers (1933–2015), a
By Crystal Smith~ On a brisk morning earlier this month, I gathered with my colleagues from the National Library of Medicine for a group tour
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger John Parascandola, PhD from the University of Maryland to explore the use of film in public health campaigns against venereal
By Divyansh Agarwal ~ A seemingly typical Sunday evening in Louisiana, September 8, 1935, was about to become extraordinary. The House of Representatives had organized
The National Library of Medicine provides public access to more than 1,600 materials selected and digitized from the Leonidas H. Berry Papers, 1907–1982.
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 Rebecca Warlow ~ As the holidays approach, you may be getting ready for a trip to see family and enjoy good food. Recently several