25 July 2017 | Imaginative Biology goes to Rio!


Imaginative Biology was presented at the 25th International Congress of the History of Science and Technology in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This congress is held every four years and brings together researchers in the history of science, technology, and related fields from all over the world. Imaginative Biology was presented on 24 July at Symposium 92, on “Science Education and the History of Science: Multiplying Pasts and Prospects”, chaired by Karen A. Rader (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA). The presentation integrated a panel devoted to History-based STEM pedagogies, which included talks by John C. Powers (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA) and Peter Heering (Europa-Universität Flensburg, Germany).