Discover how making and seeing images was essential for 17th-century science. A physical exhibition "Science made visible: drawings, prints, objects" is currently running at the Royal Society in London, July-December 2018.
This online exhibition is a collaboration between the Royal Society and the AHRC-funded project "Making visible: the visual and graphic practices of the early Royal Society, 1660-1710", based at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Cambridge.
Curated by: Dr Sietske Fransen & Dr Katherine Reinhart
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