History of science
Here you will find all the resources identified by our tutors as useful for the study of this subject, arranged in ascending alphabetical order. Browse the tiles and descriptions to discover if there are any resources of interest to you, or click on any of the keywords to see resources sorted by more in-depth topics.
History of science (V380): Investigation of the historical development of the sciences in their economic and cultural context. Includes the influence of non-scientific factors and the impact of science on society.Displaying 1 - 6 of 6
|John Aubrey Reading List||
A list of books and other resources useful for students attending this course.
|Seventeenth century, John Aubrey, History of Medicine, Industrial history, Exploration, English Civil War||view|
|BT digital archives||
A collection that showcases Britain’s pioneering role in the development of telecommunications and the impact of the technology on society.
|Cambridge Digital Library||
Over the course of six centuries Cambridge University Library's collections have grown from a few dozen volumes into one of the world's great...
|Examining the Language of Science in the Prose of William Harvey and the Poetry of Margaret Cavendish, Mintra Tantikijrungruang||
This interdisciplinary paper crosses a study of science with a study of literature. It will examine the language of science in a work of...
|17th century, History of science, Literature||view|
|Francis Bacon, New Atlantis (1626)||
The text of New Atlantis by Francis Bacon (1626).
|J. Aubrey, A. Clark, "Brief lives", chiefly of contemporaries, set down by John Aubrey (Clarendon, 1898), (1 of 2 vols: A-H)||
The most scholarly version yet available of John Aubrey's manuscript Brief Lives, albeit slightly bowdlerised to suit victorian tastes.
|English Civil War, biography||view|