Become a member and save up to 14% on the price of your tickets! Join today If you are already a member, log in to access your member price. Taking a New Look at Historical Objects: Interdisciplinary Technology Studies Unveil Insights In-Person and Online Program Evening Lecture/Seminar Tuesday, May 2, 2023 - 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. ET Add to calendar iCalendar Gmail Yahoo Mail Outlook Outlook.com Code: 1J0259 Location: In-person Ticket Holders: Ripley Center1100 Jefferson Dr SWMetro: Smithsonian (Mall exit)Online Ticket Holders: Zoom Select your Tickets Login $30 In Person - Member Login $30 Online - Member 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $35 In Person - Nonmember 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $35 Online - Nonmember Add to cart Reserving your tickets... Resize text Digitally recovered library stamp from a stolen book (R.B. Toth Associates) Registration Advisory: This program has multiple ticket options depending on your choice to attend in person at the S. Dillon Ripley Center or as an online program using Zoom. The earliest known copy of work by Archimedes. Sir Isaac Newton’s sketch of how a rainbow is formed. Gutenberg and other early Bibles and Muslim manuscripts. All these historical objects have been digitized by Michael B. Toth and his colleagues in humanities and science. Using powerful sensors and computers—and even a repurposed particle accelerator—and working with museums, universities, and private collectors, they mine everything from manuscripts to fossils to lacquerware panels for new information about their content and creation. Among the institutions that have asked for such advanced technical studies are the National Museum of Asian Art, national libraries, Princeton, and Stanford. Toth is the president of R.B. Toth Associates. In-Person Program General Information Registration for in-person tickets will end by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 2, 2023. Refer to our health and safety information for in-person programs. Online Program General Information View Common FAQs and Policies about our Online Programs on Zoom.