Transatlantic Scientific Communication in an Age of Revolution
Friday April 17th 2009 at 13:00
This talk will examine how scientific knowledge was communicated between North America and Europe during a period of great social upheaval. Sociable fellowship, rather than technological developments, underpinned transatlantic communication of scientific knowledge. Joseph Banks FRS was a prime example: his world-wide friendships made him a human hub of transatlantic and intra-European scientific communication.
Speaker: Margaret Meredith, Visiting scholar at Universiteit Maastricht
Venue: Royal Society Library
Starting At: 13:00
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