Monthly Archives: February 2015

A History of the Use of Illustrations in the Geosciences: I. Seeing is Believing…

The progress made in understanding realistic landscape-views and the rediscovery of ancient encyclopedias (like the works by Pliny the Elder) inspired Renaissance naturalists to adopt an exact and systematic approach to describe the curiosities found in the natural world. As … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol: #36

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #36 Monday 23 February 2015 EDITORIAL: Whewell’s Gazette your weekly #histSTM links list comes around … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. #35

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #35 Monday 16 February 2015 EDITORIAL: It seems like only yesterday that we posted the … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. #34

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #34 Monday 09 February 2015 EDITORIAL: Another seven days have passed both in the real … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. #33

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #33 Monday 02 February 2015 EDITORIAL: Another seven days have past and it’s time again … Continue reading

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