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"Science and the American Century offers some of the most significant contributions to the study of the history of science, technology, and medicine during the twentieth century."  Sally Gregory Kohlstedt and David Kaiser, editors, Univ. of Chicago Press

Recent Faculty Publication 2013


Science and the American Century
Readings from "Isis"

Edited and with an Introduction by Sally Gregory Kohlstedt and David Kaiser

"Practicing Science, Engaging Publics:  A Conference in Honor of Historian Sally Gregory Kohlstedt."  Keller Hall, University of Minnesota.

Conference, April 20, 2013


"Practicing Science, Engaging Publics: 
A Conference in Honor of Historian Sally Gregory Kohlstedt"

Sally Gregory Kohlstedt’s work has significantly influenced and improved our own. Her personal dedication as a scholar, mentor, teacher, and friend has inspired us all. In recognition of her many contributions and in celebration of her continuing career, we invite you to join us for a day-long conference on topics spanning the breadth of Sally’s impressive expertise and culminating with a banquet where we will raise a glass in appreciation.

Attendees at "Fascinating Rhythms: A Conference on the History and Philosophy of Biological Rhythms Research," held May 11-12, sponsored by HSTM with support from the National Science Foundation.

Chronobiology Conference, May 2012


Attendees at "Fascinating Rhythms: A Conference on the History and Philosophy of Biological Rhythms Research," held May 11-12, sponsored by HSTM with support from the National Science Foundation.

Dr. Dominique Tobbell, History of Medicine, has been selected for this prestigious award for 2012-2014.

McKnight Land-Grant Professor


The Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine is very pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Dominique Tobbell (HMED), author of the recently released Pills, Power, and Policy: The Stuggle for Drug Reform in Cold War America and its Consequences (University of California Press, 2012), has been selected as one of six McKnight Land-Grant Professors for 2012-2014.

This tranquil river scene is deceptive...the wheels of research continue to turn throughout the summer for the Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine!

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