The 1918 Nobel Prize for chemistry is probably the most important Nobel Prize ever awarded. It was given to German scientist Fritz Haber for solving one of the biggest problems humanity has ever faced.
Three Eye-opening pieces of history that might change the way you perceive the past. Christopher Columbus, Anna Frank and Wedding Nights of England
The Surprising History of How the Ancient Romans Relieved Themselves: From Private Toilets Tucked into Corners to Communal Public Latrines
Innovative though but Roman public latrines were pretty gross. They were unhygienic and barely used by upper-class Romans.