Chemistry in the 20th Century: Materials, Methods, Residues
Professor Dr. Carsten Reinhardt
During the 20th century, chemistry expanded through its methods into many neighboring scientific fields. At the same time, the enormous growth of chemical production, coupled with globalization, led to an increasingly troublesome chemical pollution and severe environmental problems. In my talk, I will present historiographical methods in order to tackle these developments.
Bonn JCF will host a reception following the lecture.