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South Kensington Institute for the History of Technology: Autumn 2003 seminars in the history of science and technology

///South Kensington Institute for the History of Technology: Autumn 2003 seminars in the history of science and technology

South Kensington Institute for the History of Technology: Autumn 2003 seminars in the history of science and technology

South Kensington Institute for the History of Technology A collaborative enterprise of the Science Museum and the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College

AUTUMN 2003

Seminars in the History of Science and Technology

Thursday 23 October 2003 Jane Wess, Science Museum Mathematical Instruments and Nation States: A Symbiotic Relationship. In Room 7, Seminar and Learning Centre, Sherfield Building (entrance from the fifth floor).

Thursday 6 November 2003 Sabine Clarke, Imperial College Research and West Indian Development: The Colonial Products Research Council and British Sugar Research 1940-1951. Science Museum Conference Room, 2nd floor, Imperial College & Science Museum Library

Thursday 20 November 2003 Martin Campbell-Kelly, University of Warwick The Rise and Rise of the Spreadsheet. In Room 5, Seminar and Learning Centre, Sherfield Building (entrance from the fifth floor).

Thursday 4 December 2003 Jessica Reinisch, Imperial College Title to be confirmed Science Museum Conference Room, 2nd floor, Imperial College & Science Museum Library

Seminars begin at 16.00 tea at 15.45

For further details please contact Dr Peter Morris, The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD. Tel: 0207 942 4167 email: [email protected]

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