August 14, 2022


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How Science Got Us to 2020 | Compilation

How Science Got Us to 2020 | Compilation

As we forge ahead into the new year, let’s take some time to thank the intrepid researchers, volunteers, and even the occasional dog who came before us, made sure our food and drugs are free from poison, and built the devices that make our modern lives possible.

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The Poison Squads: The Stupid, Risky First Food Safety Tests:

How Pocket Calculators Changed Electronics Forever:

How Studying Bacteria Almost Kept Us From Discovering the Flu:
The Real Story of John Snow:

A Deadly Mistake That Led to Safer Medicine | Elixir Sulfanilamide:

Thalidomide: The Chemistry Mistake That Killed Thousands of Babies:

When Sled Dogs Saved an Alaskan Town:

That Time the US Government Poisoned Alcohol:


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