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Spring Programs Will Solve Mysteries

“Mystery” may be the keyword for the Library’s spring program schedule, ranging from the mystery of faith and science to solving mysteries with forensic science. Programs include Baylor anthropologist Lori Baker, who founded the International Consortium for Forensic...

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Library Welcomes Two New Fellows

The Linda Hall Library will soon welcome the first of two fellows from the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Based in Philadelphia, the Consortium offers promising young scholars access to outstanding collections through its fellowship...

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The Linda Hall Library Honors Young Scientists

On June 6, the Linda Hall Library honored young scientists from elementary school through high school across metropolitan Kansas City. Library staff helped judge entries at the 2016 Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair in April. Award winners were invited...

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Book by Library VP Goes on Sale this Month

Tania Munz, Linda Hall Library’s Vice President for Research and Scholarship, will put her history of science expertise on display when her book, The Dancing Bees: Karl von Frisch and the Discovery of the Honeybee Language, goes on sale later this month. Munz began...

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SM West Student Earns Shipman Award

Working in a nursing home was the spark that led to Benjamin Deatherage’s science project, which was recently awarded the Joseph C. Shipman Award from the Linda Hall Library. Deatherage, a senior at Shawnee Mission West High School, saw how neurodegenerative diseases...

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