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Making (and Learning) History!

September 28, 2013

Making (and Learning) History!
A historian and a young scientist discuss the rewards and importance of learning about the history of science.

Dr. Carol Moberg, historian of science and Senior Research Associate at The Rockefeller University, shares some of the stories behind her book, Entering an Unseen World, about the history and development of modern cell biology. She's joined by Rockefeller University Graduate Fellow Joseph Luna, who lends his perspective on the value of studying the history of science for students and young scientists.