Chinese medicine experienced a renaissance through the efforts of notable physicians and several technological advancements during the Song Dynasty.
Archives for February 2014
Florence Nightingale’s ‘rose diagram’ is part of a new British Library exhibit showing the beauty in artistically-expressed scientific data.
Ongoing archaeological finds continue to show evidence of Africans as a presence in Britain as early as the third century and well beyond Hadrian’s Wall.
Early Christians differed in their attitude to same sex unions, but there was some acceptance and this was reflected in official same sex union ceremonies.
Scientist Jeannette Brown’s meticulous research details the lives and contributions of African American women chemists, such as Marie Maynard Daly, PhD.