What we can learn about the discovery of Thomas Jefferson’s chemistry lab at the University of VirginiaBreaking News
tags: University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson
We’re still probing the depths of Thomas Jefferson’s accomplishments.
Over the weekend, the University of Virginia announced that Jefferson's chemistry lab was discovered during renovations of the school’s famous Rotunda.
The United States’ third president, who founded the Charlottesville university, helped to design the 1820s “chemical hearth,” part of an early chemistry classroom — underscoring his appreciation for the natural sciences.
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