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  • New York Academy of Sciences Podcast

  • A Cross-Fertilization of Ideas: 200 Years of the New York Academy of Sciences

    In this special podcast, learn about the stories that shaped the Academy's 200 year history. From the emergence of the Academy on a bustling street in downtown Manhattan of 1817 to the professionalization and expansion of the sciences through the 1800s. From our early efforts to help disseminate and share scientific research long before the internet to our efforts today to expand who has access to scientific careers around the globe.

    Featuring commentary and highlights from Simon Baatz, PhD (John Jay College); Douglas Braaten, PhD (The New York Academy of Sciences); Karen Bush, PhD (Indiana University); Julian Davies, PhD (University of British Columbia); Brooke Grindlinger, PhD (The New York Academy of Sciences); Meghan Groome, PhD (The New York Academy of Sciences); Celina Morgan-Standard (The New York Academy of Sciences); Eric Mortensen, PhD (Pfizer); and Smiti Shah.

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    In this special podcast, learn about the stories that shaped the Academy's 200 year history. From the emergence of the Academy on a bustling street in downtown Manhattan of 1817 to the professionalization and expansion of the sciences through the 1800s. From our early efforts to help disseminate and share scientific research long before the internet to our efforts today to expand who has access to scientific careers around the globe.

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