Annals of Science Best Paper Prize

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Annals of Science Best Paper Prize

Annals of Science

About the prize

This prize is awarded annually to the author of an original, unpublished essay in the history of science, technology, or medicine, which is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. The prize, which is supported by Taylor & Francis, is intended for those who are currently doctoral students, or have been awarded their doctorate within the past four years. The winning essay is published in the Journal, and the author awarded US$1000 and a free subscription to the Annals of Science

Year Author(s) Article Volume Issue
2021 Yijie Huang Anatomizing the pulse: Edmund King’s analogy, observation and conception of the tubular body 79 3
2019 Henry-James Meiring Thomas Robert Malthus, naturalist of the mind 77 4
2018 Anna Svensson 'And Eden from the Chaos rose': utopian order and rebellion in the Oxford Physick Garden 76 2
2017 Jeremy Robin Schneider The first mite: insect genealogy in Hooke’s Micrographia 75 3
2016 Lee T. Macdonald: The origins and early years of the Magnetic and Meteorological department at Greenwich Observatory, 1834-1848* 75 3
2015 Barbara Di Gennaro Splendore Craft, money and mercy: an apothecary's self-portrait in sixteenth-century Bologna 74 2
2014 Stephen Case ‘Land-marks of the universe’: John Herschel against the background of positional astronomy 72 4
2012 Etienne Stockland ‘La Guerre aux Insectes’: Pest Control and Agricultural Reform in the French Enlightenment 70 4
2011 Daniel Jon Mitchell Measurement in French Experimental Physics from Regnault to Lippmann. Rhetoric and Theoretical Practice 69 4
2009 Leslie Tomory The Origins of Gaslight Technology in Eighteenth-Century Pneumatic Chemistry 66 4
2007 Daniela Monaldi Life of µ: The Observation of the Spontaneous decay of Mesotrons and its Consequences, 1938–1947 62 4
2005 David Pantalony Rudolph Koenig’s Workshop of Sound: Instruments, Theories, and the Debate over Combination Tones 62 1
2003 Luciano Boschiero Natural Philosophical Contention Inside the Accademia del Cimento: the Properties and Effects of Heat and Cold 60 4

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