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PhD Candidate Miriam F. Lipton Featured on Inspiration Dissemination Podcast

Oregon State University History and Philosophy of Science PhD candidate Miriam F. Lipton was recently featured on an episode of Inspiration Dissemination. Inspiration Dissemination highlights OSU graduate student research. It airs on Sundays at 7 pm on the university’s radio station, KBVR 88.7 FM and can later be accessed as a podcast. The show is […]

Book Review Published by PhD Candidate Aimee Dávila Hisey

Ph.D. candidate, Aimee Dávila Hisey, has a new book review published in the Hispanic American Historical Review. The quarterly publication is one of the premiere journals for Latin Americanists.  Hisey reviewed Marvels of Medicine: Literature and Scientific Enquiry in Early Colonial Spanish America by Associate Professor at Durham University Yari Pérez Marín. The book was […]

PhD Candidate Wins Maurice A. Biot Fund Grant

PhD candidate Miriam F. Lipton received this year’s Maurice A. Biot Fund Grant, which supports researchers and their use of the Caltech Archives. Lipton’s research relies on analyzing how scientists who studied antibiotics and bacteriophages handled the rise of antibiotic resistance. Between 1920 and 1969 (the discovery of bacteriophages to the acknowledgement of antibiotic resistance […]