Medieval scrolls and ebooks: Here's the video of my lecture at the Koshland Museum

By Carl Zimmer | October 28, 2010 12:29 pm

Thanks to the National Academy of Sciences and the American Society for Microbiology for posting the video of my recent lecture in Washington DC, in which I consider how revolution in books 500 years ago can offer us some guidance in the revolution we’re in right now. Afterwards I had a great talk with the audience and people chiming in on Twitter. Check it out!

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