By Kristi Wright and Holly Herro Sometimes conservators encounter problems resulting from well-intended but ultimately flawed repair techniques. One example of this is the formerly
By Crystal Smith Among the National Library of Medicine’s most versatile online historical resources is an interactive tool for locating history of medicine collections worldwide:
An interview with Laura E. Bothwell on her lecture and her work related to the history and ethics of biomedical research systems.
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Laura E. Bothwell, a postdoctoral fellow in Health Policy, Law, and Ethics in the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics at Harvard Medical
Dr. Jennifer Brier spoke today at the National Library of Medicine on “Surviving and Thriving: The Making of an Exhibition.” Dr. Brier is director of
Of the information about Ebola on the web, what will remain one, ten, or even fifty years from now? This content is at high risk for loss.
Dr. Scott Podolsky spoke today at the National Library of Medicine on “Antibiotic Pasts and Futures: Seven Decades of Reform and Resistance.” Dr. Podolsky is director
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Dr. Suzanne Junod, a historian in the FDA History Office. In celebration of the completion of NLM’s digital archive of
By Elizabeth Fee Once Einstein became famous, people would stop him in the street and cry out: “Professor Einstein!” He would say; “Oh yes, many
By Kristi Wright and Holly Herro The National Library of Medicine is home to a series of very important documents in scientific history—Marshall Nirenberg’s Genetic