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Article Margaret Pelling (2022)
Mythological Endings: John Snow (1813–1858) and the History of American Epidemiology. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 231-248). (/isis/citation/CBB716029329/) unapi

Article Aurélien Ruellet (2022)
The Pewterer and the Chymist: Major Erasmus Purling and his Refined Tin. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 118-138). (/isis/citation/CBB565329927/) unapi

Chapter Eleanor Crook (2022)
A New Sculpture Commission for the Wellcome Galleries of Medicine, Science Museum London. In: Ceroplastics: The Science of Wax (pp. 277-288). (/isis/citation/CBB962739816/) unapi

Article Kieran Fitzpatrick (2021)
The Imperial Makings of Medical Work: Peter Johnstone Freyer and the Practice of Genitourinary Medicine in Britain and the Raj, c. 1875–1921. Journal of Social History (pp. 426-452). (/isis/citation/CBB417898798/) unapi

Article Angus Law; Graham Spinardi (2021)
Performing Expertise in Building Regulation: ‘Codespeak’ and Fire Safety Experts. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (pp. 515-538). (/isis/citation/CBB766276484/) unapi

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Imperial Bodies in London: Empire, Mobility, and the Making of British Medicine, 1880–1914. (/isis/citation/CBB460048744/) unapi

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T. H. Huxley’s turbulent apprenticeship years: John Charles Cooke and the John Salt scandal. Archives of Natural History (pp. 215-226). (/isis/citation/CBB807422529/) unapi

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Mathematical books and Frankfurt book fair catalogues: the acquisition of mathematical works by Robert Ashley in early modern London. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 95-116). (/isis/citation/CBB189731821/) unapi

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Life after Gravity: Isaac Newton's London Career. (/isis/citation/CBB507204608/) unapi

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The courtship dance of a lesser bird of paradise figured in J. E. Gray's Illustrations of Indian zoology (1830–1835). Archives of Natural History (pp. 89-93). (/isis/citation/CBB497413685/) unapi

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“On Deposit”: animal acquisition at the Zoological Society of London, 1870–1910 (Patron's review). Archives of Natural History (pp. 1-21). (/isis/citation/CBB855639307/) unapi

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Working with Infrastructural Communities: A Material Participation Approach to Urban Retrofit. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 320-345). (/isis/citation/CBB505883336/) unapi

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“We Belt the World”: Dr. Leslie E. Keeley’s “Gold Cure” and the Medicalization of Addiction in 1890s London. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 198-226). (/isis/citation/CBB700353486/) unapi

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The Science and Ethics concerning the Legacy of Human Remains and Historical Collections: The Gordon Museum of Pathology in London. In: Scientiae in the History of Medicine (pp. 135-150). (/isis/citation/CBB079397885/) unapi

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Science in London: A Guide to Memorials. (/isis/citation/CBB159441382/) unapi

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