Emilio Segrè Visual Archives

More than 30,000 photos of scientists and their work

Photos of the Month Archive

In honor of Father's Day, we’re spending some time this June remembering physicists who were fathers and the men who raised some of the most prominent physical scientists.
Spend some time this May leading up to Mother’s Day reflecting and remembering physicists who were mothers and women who raised some of the most well-known scientists in history.
In celebration of Take your Kid to Work Day, we’re sharing a series of photographs of physicists when they were kids.
We are celebrating Women’s History Month with a set of photographs from our archives of women who impacted their unique subfields of the physical sciences.
One of the Emilio Segrè Visual Archives’ more recent acquisitions is an addition to the Ronald E. Mickens Collection of African-American physicists.
We’re ringing in the new year by bringing you our favorite photographs of physicists kicking back and celebrating birthdays, accomplishments, and special occasions with parties!
Looking Back 50 Years slideshow
As 2016 ends and we reflect back on the year, we’re looking back 50 years to 1966 and bringing you a variety of images from the Emilio Segrè Visual Archives that were taken a half-century ago.
Lise Meitner
On November 7, 1878, Austrian physicist Lise Meitner was born. This month, we are celebrating her remarkable life and accomplishments by featuring a selection of photographs taken throughout her scientific career.
This month, we share a few of our favorite images of physicists in disguise, dressed as animals, popular fictional characters, even other physicists! We hope you enjoy this glimpse into the more playful side of these scientists and are inspired to get creative with your own Halloween costume this year.
September is here and that can only mean one thing – back to school! This month, we’ve selected our favorite images of physicists in the classroom, sharing their knowledge of the physical sciences with students of all ages.