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Dr Richard Staley, “The Most Perfect Science? Rowland, Michelson and the Role of the Observatory in the Development of Physics in the U.S.”

///Dr Richard Staley, “The Most Perfect Science? Rowland, Michelson and the Role of the Observatory in the Development of Physics in the U.S.”

Dr Richard Staley, “The Most Perfect Science? Rowland, Michelson and the Role of the Observatory in the Development of Physics in the U.S.”

Dr Richard Staley (University of Wisconsin-Madison and Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin)

will give a special seminar at the Museum of the History of Science, Broad Street, Oxford at 5 pm on Wednesday 3 December

‘The Most Perfect Science? Rowland, Michelson and the Role of the Observatory in the Development of Physics in the U.S.’

Come to the Seminar Room – down the outside staircase to the basement level and through the glass doors beneath the street.

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