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Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford
- British museum exhibiting the history of science. Online exhibits include "The Noble Dane: Images of Tycho Brahe" and "The Geometry of War, 1500-1750".
- Giambattista della (John Baptist) Porta (1537?-1615), was a Neapolitan scholar of notable ability who had devoted great attention to the study of natural and physical science. Compendeum of life's work, completed in 1584. 1658 English Translation.
Observations of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John
- Summarizes how Newton was one of the most prolific writers about Bible prophecy, penning over a million words on the subject.
Philosophers, Scientists and Theologians - By Miles Hodges
- Brief biographies of many key figures, from ancient Greece to the late 20th century.
Philosophy, Science and Technology in India
- History of rational philosophy, scientific method, epistomology and technology in ancient India.
Profiles in Science
- Biographical information and archival collections of several prominent twentieth-century American biomedical scientists.
Resources in the History of Science and Technology
- A directory of online and print resources from the University of Alberta library.
Reviews of History of Science books
- Reviews, by Danny Yee, of a range of books on the history of science, mostly popular titles.
Robert Grosseteste's Imagination Symbol. Play Grosseteste Roulette!
- Lots of links to pages concerned with this important mediæval scientist, although presented in a rather unorthodox manner.
SJSU Virtual Museum
- Biographies from the history of mathematics, science, and technology.
Science Heritage Center, Cairo University
- History of science in ancient and islamic Egypt.
Scientific Societies in the Second Golden Age of Dutch Science, 1850-1914
- From the doctoral dissertation of Ilja Nieuwland.
Selection Of Web And Other Internet Sources And Addresses
- Long list of internet resources in the field of the history of science.
Sixty Centuries of Copper
- A history of copper mining, the development of metal-working processes and the uses of copper through the past six thousand years; originally published in 1965.
Some Early Microscopes from the Optical Institute in Wetzlar
- Carl Kellner founded what was named the Optical Institute in Wetzlar Germany in 1849. By 1851 he employed twelve workmen and was producing his first microscopes.
The Antikythera Mechanism
- An ancient greek geared mechanism, apparently a device for astronomical calculation.
The Evolution of the Conservation Movement, 1850-1920
- Documents the historical formation and cultural foundations of the movement to conserve and protect America's natural heritage.
The Scientific Revolution
- The year 1543 may be taken as the beginning of the scientific revolution, for it was then that Copernicus published The Revolution of the Heavenly Bodies and Vesalius, On the Structure of the Human Body. Within a century and a half, man's conception of himself and the universe he inhabited was altered, and the scholastic method of reasoning was replace by new scientific methods.
The Scientific Revolution HomePage
- Study Guide, Timelines, Biographies, Glossaries, Diagrams, Flash Movies, Searchable Catalogue of Sci-Rev Community, Bibliographies, Links, Original Research.
This Day In Science
- Memorializes births and deaths of famous and not so famous scientists of the past, and other events in science history. Searchable.
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