Servants of Nature: A History of Scientific Institutions, Enterprises, and Sensibilities

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From the scattered work of curious individuals, science has grown throughout human history to permeate every aspect of society and culture. This book provides a comprehensive account of the process that led eventually to the permanent establishment of learned societies, scientific academies, museums, and university departments devoted to specialized fields of inquiry. Photos & drawings.

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