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|Science History Tours explore points of interest to science professionals, historians and amateurs (in the true sense of the word). This year takes us from Rome to the Lake Como region with side trips to historic locations along the way. [Red markers indicate lodging; yellow markers indicate a day trip; blue markers denote general information.]|
2010 Science History Tour - Italy
Info on our 2009 Science History Tour - England
Info on our 2008 Science History Tour - France
John Oliver is our trip photographer.
Hundreds of his excellent captioned photos from a number of trips can be found by clicking here.
David Katz PowerPoint presentations on a number of our trips
Info on our 2007 Science History Tour- Scandinavia
Scientists who shaped our understanding of the world1
Age of the Earth 2006 trip
You will find information on the 2006 trip to Northern England/Scotland by clicking here.
2005 Group Exploring the Chemical Collections at the Technical University in Dresden
2005 Powerpoint of trip by Cecilia Sehr.
You will find information on the 2005 trip to Germany by clicking here.
You will find information on the 2004 trip to Germany by clicking here.
You will find information on the 2003 trip to Netherlands, Belgium and London by clicking here.
PDF Powerpoint of 2002 of trip to France by Rhonda Reist click here
You will find information on the 2002 trip to France and Switzerland by clicking here.
You will find information on the Ireland trip by clicking here.
You will find a presentation on the 1999 trip by clicking here.
Movie of Trinity College
You will find information on the 2001 trip by clicking
Here are some interesting links with more information on the ideas and pictures found on the power point:
Birr Castle http://ireland.iol.ie/birr-castle/index.html
Trinity College Dublin http://www.tcd.ie/
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
Cambridge University http://www.cam.ac.uk/
Oxford University http://www.ox.ac.uk/
Royal Institution http://www.ri.ac.uk/Welcome_Intro.html
Royal Society http://www.royalsoc.ac.uk/
Island Ireland http://www.islandireland.com/
A Taste of Ireland http://www.tasteofireland.com/
More on the Whipple Museum http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/Info.html
Isaac Newton Resources http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/newton.html›
The big honkin site of history of science links