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Discovery in science

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Article David Evan Pence (2022)
Closing the Loop: Ewald von Kleist and the Origins of the Leyden Jar. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 789-796). (/isis/citation/CBB256458041/) unapi

Book Susan Branson (2022)
Scientific Americans: Invention, Technology, and National Identity. (/isis/citation/CBB495204930/) unapi

Book Johnson, Benjamin (2022)
Making Ammonia: Fritz Haber, Walther Nernst, and the Nature of Scientific Discovery. (/isis/citation/CBB716345403/) unapi

Article Amy Way (2021)
Natural selection and the ‘antiquity of man’: Intellectual impacts in the Australian colonies. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 308-320). (/isis/citation/CBB758799279/) unapi

Article Luca Tambolo; Gustavo Cevolani (2021)
Multiple discoveries, inevitability, and scientific realism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 30-38). (/isis/citation/CBB725507774/) unapi

Book Wolfgang Steinicke (2021)
William Herschel Discoverer of the Deep Sky: The epochal work of the greatest visual observer and his talented sister Caroline. (/isis/citation/CBB218557286/) unapi

Book Octavio A. Chon Torres; Ted Peters; Joseph Seckbach; et al. (2021)
Astrobiology: Science, Ethics, and Public Policy. (/isis/citation/CBB568700281/) unapi

Book Anders Lennartson (2021)
Carl Wilhelm Scheele and Torbern Bergman: The Science, Lives and Friendship of Two Pioneers in Chemistry. (/isis/citation/CBB026239631/) unapi

Article Ian Hesketh (2021)
Narratives of Charles Darwin Down Under. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 303-311). (/isis/citation/CBB437714128/) unapi

Article Sandrine Parageau (2021)
« Colomb ignorant trouva le nouveau monde » : ignorance, découverte fortuite et expérimentation à la première modernité. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 41-62). (/isis/citation/CBB363347228/) unapi

Article Kevin Orrman-Rossiter (2021)
Observation and Annihilation: The Discovery of the Antiproton. Physics in Perspective (pp. 3-24). (/isis/citation/CBB795881141/) unapi

Book Jordan Goodman (2021)
Planting the World: Joseph Banks and his Collectors: An Adventurous History of Botany. (/isis/citation/CBB428379651/) unapi

Article Mark I. Grossman (2021)
John Dalton’s “Aha” Moment: The Origin of the Chemical Atomic Theory. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 49-71). (/isis/citation/CBB038145467/) unapi

Book Philip Ball (2021)
The Elements: A Visual History of Their Discovery. (/isis/citation/CBB887537032/) unapi

Book William Sheehan; Trudy E. Bell; Carolyn Kennett; et al. (2021)
Neptune: From Grand Discovery to a World Revealed: Essays on the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of John Couch Adams. (/isis/citation/CBB762464222/) unapi

Article William C. Summers (2020)
Afterword: Phage, History and Historiography. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 653-656). (/isis/citation/CBB922351861/) unapi

Book Linda Schweizer (2020)
Cosmic Odyssey: How Intrepid Astronomers at Palomar Observatory Changed our View of the Universe. (/isis/citation/CBB496441565/) unapi

Article Clare M. Brown (2020)
Harry Pasley Higginson and his role in the re-discovery of the dodo (Raphus cucullatus). Archives of Natural History (pp. 381-391). (/isis/citation/CBB218493185/) unapi

Article Nathan E. C. Smith (2020)
Provincial mycology and the legacy of Henry Thomas Soppitt (1858–1899). Archives of Natural History (pp. 219-235). (/isis/citation/CBB964246723/) unapi

Article Francesco Guerra; Matteo Leone; Nadia Robotti (2020)
Enrico Fermi’s Discovery of Neutron-Induced Artificial Radioactivity: A Case of “Emanation” from “Divine Providence”. Physics in Perspective (pp. 129-161). (/isis/citation/CBB480792260/) unapi


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