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Please visit our webpage at the USask site: Situating Science: University of Saskatchewan node
Larry Stewart, Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan, is a well-known historian of early modern science.
His books include The Rise of Public Science: Rhetoric, Technology, and Natural Philosophy in Newtonian Britain (Cambridge UP, 1993) and, (with Margaret Jacob) Practical Matter: Newton's Science in the Service of Industry and Empire, 1687-1850 (Harvard UP, 2004). He is past editor of the Canadian Journal of History.
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2012-13: The Node welcomes Katherine Zwicker (PhD University of Alberta, History, 2012)
Katherine has an interest in history of nuclear medicine and the production of isotopes.