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The History of Science Society wishes to congratulate its 2009 Prize Winners

///The History of Science Society wishes to congratulate its 2009 Prize Winners

The History of Science Society wishes to congratulate its 2009 Prize Winners

The History of Science Society wishes to congratulate its 2009 Prize Winners.

Sarton Medal: (for lifetime achievement)

John E. Murdoch Professor, Harvard University

Pfizer Award: (for the best scholarly book)

Harold J. Cook, Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine and professor at University College London

“Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine, and Science in the Dutch Golden Age” (Yale University Press, 2007)

Watson Davis and Helen Miles Davis Prize: (for the best book for a general audience)

Charles Seife, Associate Professor, The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University

“Sun in a Bottle: The Strange History of Fusion and the Science of Wishful Thinking” (Viking Adult, 2008)

Derek Price/Rod Webster Prize: (for the best article in Isis)

Angela N. H. Creager, Professor, Princeton University and Gregory J. Morgan, Associate Professor, Stevens Institute of Technology

“After the Double Helix: Rosalind Franklin’s Research on Tobacco mosaic virus” (Isis, 2008, 99:239-272)

Joseph H Hazen Education Prize: (for excellence in teaching the history of science)

Frederick Gregory, Professor, University of Florida

Margaret W. Rossiter History of Women in Science Prize: (for the best book on the history of women in science)

Monica H. Green, Professor, Arizona State University

“Making Women’s Medicine Masculine. The Rise of Male Authority in Pre-Modern Gynaecology” (Oxford University Press, 2008)

Nathan Reingold Prize: (for the best unpublished article by a graduate student)

Rachel N. Mason Dentinger, University of Minnesota

“Molecularizing Plant Compounds, Evolutionizing Insect-Plant Relationships: Gottfried S. Fraenkel and the physiological study of insect feeding in the 1950s.”

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