As part of this year's Science Literacy Week, the Fisher is again presenting a unique opportunity to view some of the most important scientific books ever printed. Visit the library to a see a range of scientific works up-close: from a 14th century Latin manuscript of Euclid's Elements, through to Copernicus' revolutionary 16th century work on planetary motion, to the original 1916 publication of Einstein's paper that contains the general theory of relativity - along with some of the earliest works of chemistry, physics, medicine, and engineering.
When: Friday, September 23, 1-5pm
Location: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
All events at the Fisher are free and open to the public.
We hope to see you here!