Elena Canadelli is a historian of science interested in visual studies in science, science museum studies, and cultures of collecting natural history objects in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She has been working as Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track Researcher B-Type/Ricercatore di tipo B) in History of Science at the Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche, Geografiche e dell’Antichità (DiSSGeA) of the University of Padova since October 2017. For the Department of Biology of the same University she teaches Naturalistic Museology. She collaborates with the National Museum “Leonardo da Vinci” of Science and Technology in Milan with a project on the history of the museum (1930-1964) and she is Associate Editor at Nuncius. Journal of the Material and Visual History of Science (https://brill.com/view/journals/nun/nun-overview.xml?lang=en). In the context of the project of exellence of DiSSGeA Mobilities and the Humanities (2018-2022), she’s starting a new project on the mobility of natural history objects and botanical collections in connection with the history of the Botanical Garden and the Museum of Natural History of the University of Padova. She is author of several books and articles and she is currently writing a book about how science uses images to be published by the Italian publisher Carocci. One of her latest publication (together with M. Beretta, L. Ronzon) is the volume Behind the Exhibit: Displaying Science and Technology at World’s Fairs and Museums in the Twentieth Century (The Smithsonian Scholarly Press, 2019), freely available at https://opensi.si.edu/index.php/smithsonian/catalog/book/203.