Museum holds vaccine linked to one of humanity’s deadliest plagues

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David Pantalony
David Pantalony, Curator of Physical Sciences and Medicine, Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation.

The Canada Science and Technology museum recently discovered an important piece of Canadian history in its archives — a small vial of the vaccine used to combat Spanish flu. Read the full article and watch a short video where curator David Pantalony speaks about the discovery.

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Museum holds vaccine linked to one of humanity’s deadliest plagues
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Sonia Mendes

Sonia Mendes is the English Writer/Editor for Ingenium. She loves digging behind the scenes to tell the quirky, colourful stories of museum life and all things related to science and innovation.