A lecture by DANIELE MACUGLIA, University of Chicago
Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine
After the success of the first lecture, Daniele is back with more interesting stories about the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci.
Delving into the notebooks by Leonardo, this class will offer an overview of the basic functioning of some war machines. Join us to learn about the functioning of some inventions that Leonardo devised in Milan and Florence, most probably between 1483 and 1504. We will guide you in a world made of bombards, fortresses, catapults, tanks, crossbows, creativity, and much more…
Italian espresso to follow.
FREE – Register here
At the Fermilab entrance present an ID and ask for directions for Wilson Hall, the room “One west” is on the first floor.