Grab some popcorn and enjoy. The soundtrack is the Smithsonian Polka.
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Today the Smithsonian Institution is celebrating “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work,” an opportunity for staff to bring their children into the museums and research centers for hands-on learning. more »
The Libraries will award grants to Dibner Library Resident Scholars and Baird Society Resident Scholars in the 2010 academic year. These competitive short-term grants are offered for one to six more »
Leonhard Euler, an eminent mathematician and physicist, was born this day, April 15, in 1707, in Basel, Switzerland. According to Ronald S. Calinger, a Professor of History at the Catholic more »
For the last week in March, the Libraries hosted spring intern Diane Kaczor. Kaczor is a student in the graduate program of Library and Information Science at the University of more »
Johann Müller Regiomontanus, Epytoma Ioannis de Monte Regio in Almagestum Ptolemei, 31 Aug. 1496 The Smithsonian Institution Libraries awards stipends of $3,500/month up to six months for scholars doing research more »