Enjoy Mayo Clinic's history and heritage at home!
Fall brings colorful leaves, cooler weather and more opportunities to engage in indoor activities. Whether you feel like watching a film, reading a book or listening to music, you’ll find something to enjoy on the Mayo Clinic History & Heritage website, all from the comfort of your couch!
- Watch the new Heritage Film, “Rising to the Challenge: The Mayo Aero Medical Unit in World War II” and get a behind-the-scenes look at the film’s production.
- Read the new book, “Life at High G-Force: The Quest of Mayo Clinic Researcher Dr. Earl H. Wood,” recently published by Mayo Clinic Press. The book explores the life and work of a prominent Mayo Clinic researcher who conducted groundbreaking aeromedical research and created several innovative medical technologies.
- Attend the History of Medicine Society lecture, “Medical Miracles: Doctors, Saints and Healing in the Modern World” – In person or via Zoom on November 1.
- Listen to Carillon recitals performed by Mayo Clinic carillonneur Austin Ferguson
Image: Mayo Clinic researchers used a dive bomber on loan from the U.S. Army Air Forces to conduct important aeromedical research during World War II.