SOURCE: Boston Review
by Paula Findlen
"What it really meant to be a woman of science three centuries ago is not so easily conscripted into contemporary narratives of feminist liberation."
SOURCE: Scientific American
by Robert P. Crease
The measurement of the behavior of muons may or may not prove to be a groundbreaking discovery. But it is an achievement that demonstrates the collaboration across disciplines and national borders that represents the best of science.
by Nancy Forbes and Basil Mahon
What will future historians, thousands of years from now, judge to be the most significant event of the nineteenth century?
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