Servants of Nature: A History of Scientific Institutions, Enterprises, and Sensibilities (American edition)

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This work explores the interaction between scientific practice and public life from antiquity to the present, showing how advances in science are allied to changing social institutions and attitudes, and examining how the bodies that shape scientific tradition and innovation have acquired their authority. It also considers how scientific goals have changed and explores the relationship between science, industry, and the military at the turn of the millennium.

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