Join experts from the Library of Congress and guest speakers for a webinar covering research on the 1918 Flu, the deadliest pandemic of the 20th century, and the lessons it can offer in our understanding of COVID-19.
Come learn about the weather of past presidential inaugurations.
Interested in learning about animal-inspired holiday songs? Read this!
Please join the Library’s Health Services Division and the Science, Technology & Business Division as we explore the intersection of seasonal illnesses and COVID-19.
“Sticking with Chemistry” is the theme for National Chemistry Week 2020 and as you may be able to guess, the focus is on adhesives.
There are a few events like author talks and Q&As that those interested in business and science topics might be interested in at the virtual 2020 National Book Festival on September 25-27.
In honor of Hubble Space Telescope’s 30th launch anniversary, we explore it’s early conception and deployment in April 1990 and provide resources for further learning.
A selection of images of Thomas Edison’s Laboratory and Machine Shop to use in your next video conference call.
To celebrate the birthday of John James Audubon on April 26, we learn the difference between birding and bird watching and how to become a citizen scientist.
There were plans around the globe to celebrate the 50th birthday of Earth Day on April 22 with the theme “climate action.” However, with the worldwide spread of Covid-19, events have been canceled and new ones have gone digital for the first time.