Tour of “Pasteur at 200” at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
Join us for a tour of the new exhibition at the Medical Library, “Pasteur at 200.”
“Pasteur at 200” commemorates the work of French chemist Louis Pasteur, born December 27, 1822, along with his longer scientific legacy, which continues today.
If you drink pasteurized milk, or if you take your pet for a rabies shot, Pasteur was the renowned chemist behind these innovations, among many others. The tour will include an overview of the exhibition and a showing of some bonus rare material not on display.
The tour will meet just outside the Medical Library entrance at 333 Cedar Street. Please swipe into 333 Cedar Street using your Yale ID, and turn to the right past the Security guard.