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Elizabeth Lane Furdell, University of North Florida
Using unpublished and published sources, this book examines the history of diabetes in Britain from the perspective of healer and sufferer alike, focusing on medieval treatments, Renaissance-era diabetology, and the centuries-long debate among specialists over the site and cure of the disease.
Karel Davids, VU University Amsterdam
This book provides a wide-ranging overview of Dutch technological leadership in the early modern Europe, it explains whence this leadership came about and why it ended and it explores to what extent the Dutch case illuminates the evolution of technological leadership in general.
This book charts the life and work of the neurophysiologist G. G. J. Rademaker against the background of flourishing early-20th-century Dutch clinical research, describing the rise and fall of the branch of experimental neurophysiology of which Rademaker was a master.
Edited by Christoph Lüthy, Radboud University, Nijmegen
A peer-reviewed journal for English-language studies dealing with the content and influence of science, medicine and technology from the earliest times through to the end of the eighteenth century. Science is defined in its widest form to include, for example, natural philosophy, optics, ...
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