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May 6, 1782: That Midas Touch

On this day, one James Price, a distinguished amateur chemist and a Fellow of England’s Royal Society began a series of remarkable experiments. The seven experiments were witnessed by peers, baronets, clergymen. 405 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Microbes Matter!

In January, Dr. Sinead Collins spoke at a Royal Society Café Scientifique event about how acidification affects our oceans. 199 more words

Proteome Research at Winstanley College

To inaugurate our outreach blog, let’s share again some good recent news. The press release below was originally published on the Institute website on 27 March 2015 (updated with hyperlinks). 247 more words

Centre For Proteome Research

May 1st, 2015: FLI Networking Table Followed By Oxford University Lecture

Date: 1 May 2015

Networking Table 7R Future Leadership Institute: starts at 16.00 h, prior to the Oxford University lecture.

Venue: University Museum of Natural History café: the new Museum café is situated on the upper gallery over-looking the dinosaurs, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW. 254 more words


The Great Experiment (Video) & observation notes

Prof. Michael Hunter speaks on the formation of the Royal Society. Video from RS Youtube channel. Useful for current Bacon research


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The Seventeenth Century (class)