The Relativity Series presents science as a thoroughly human endeavor, bringing to life the people and stories behind the research and invention which shapes and changes our world.
Yasmeen Al-Hamadi is a Muslim, Yemeni-American senior at a struggling inner-city Bronx high school. Dr. Guy Royston is her disaffected science teacher, a former Evangelical with a mysterious past.
The annual Science Play Festival at Christopher Newport University is a two-day event that celebrates science plays. Including keynote speakers, presentations, staged readings, and talkbacks, the festival showcases interdisciplinary works that can be enjoyed by both students and scholars.
Protasov, detached and idealistic, wants only to immerse himself in chemical experiments to perfect mankind. He’s more or less oblivious to the voracious advances of the half-crazed widow Melaniya and his best friend’s unrelenting pursuit[…]
A revered classical statue, for centuries thought to be a Roman original, is suddenly proved to be merely a 16th century cast. But is it worth less? And has it also become less beautiful?
The old, converted vegetable shop where Tillie lives is more like a madhouse than a home. Tillie’s mother, Beatrice, is bitter and cruel, yet desperate for her daughters’ love.
Insufficiency represents an example of the field of beer and champagne bubbles, where to topics of academic tenure and fashion in chemistry are analyzed.
Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist concerns a wily servant, Face, who develops a scheme to make money, while his master is away in the countryside. He gives access to his master’s house to a charlatan named[…]
On an evening in October 1774, Antoine Lavoisier, the architect of the chemical revolution, learned that the Unitarian English minister, Joseph Priestley, had made a new gas.
A Scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death.
After Vladimir Lenin’s death in 1924, Jewish scientists Boris Zbarsky and Vladimir Vorobiov are assigned to preserve his body for eternity, or die for failing to do so.
This is a play about the atomic bomb, its past, its present, and one among its possible futures.
With backbreaking work in a ramshackle lab in Paris, Marie Curie and husband Pierre achieve a revolutionary understanding of radiation and share a Nobel Prize.
Through the characters of three scientists, Blinded By The Sun explores how the pressure to succeed, and the need to create hype, can cause conflict within the modern scientific world.