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Klaas van Berkel, Albert Van Helden, L. C. Palm.

Klaas van Berkel, Albert Van Helden, L. Yet it has often been noted that the history of science in the Netherlands is underepresented in the international literature.

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Klaas van Berkel (born 24 July 1953) is a Dutch historian, historian of science . 1999, A history of science in the Netherlands: survey, themes and reference, with Albert van Helden en Lodewijk Palm, Brill Leiden. 2005, Academische illusies.

Klaas van Berkel (born 24 July 1953) is a Dutch historian, historian of science, and professor of Modern History at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, known from his work on the history of science in the Netherlands, particularly the work of Isaac Beeckman, Simon Stevin and Eduard Jan Dijksterhuis. De Groningse universiteit in een tijd van crisis, bezetting en herstel, 1930-1950 Bert Bakker, Amsterdam.

years of its modern history the Netherlands has produced a distinguished array of eminent mathematicians, scientists and .

Yet it has often been noted that the history of science in the Netherlands is underepresented in the international literature.

Destem van de wetenschap:Geschiedenis van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademievan Wetenschappen, deel I, 1808–1914. Cite this chapter as: van Berkel K. (2013) Empire without Science? The Dutch Scholarly World and Colonial Science around 1800. In: Boomgaard P. (eds) Empire and Science in the Making. Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. 1057/9781137334022 4.

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Author: Klaas Berkel,Albert Helden,L C Palm. Book title: The History of Science in the Netherlands: Survey, Themes and Reference.

van Berkel, Klaas, van Helden, Albert and Palm, Lodewijk (ed., A History of Science in the Netherlands: Survey, Themes and Reference (Leiden: Brill, 1999). Boxer, Charles . The Dutch Seaborne Empire, 1600–1800 (London: Hutchinson, 1977). Bruijn, Jaap . van Reine, Ronald Prud’homme and Hövell tot Westerflier, Rolof van (ed., De Ruyter: Dutch Admiral (Rotterdam: Karwansaray Publishers, 2011). Cook, H. Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine and Science in the Dutch Golden Age (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007).

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In the 400 years of its modern history the Netherlands has produced a distinguished array of eminent mathematicians, scientists and medical researchers including many Nobel-prize winners and other internationally recognised figures, from Stevin, Snel, and Huygens in the 17th century to Lorentz, Kammerlingh Onnes, Buys Ballot, De Vries, de Sitter, and Oort in the 19th and 20th centuries. Yet it has often been noted that the history of science in the Netherlands is underepresented in the international literature. The handbook A History of Science in The Netherlands aims to correct this situation by providing a chronological and thematic survey of the field from the 16th century to the present, essays on selected aspects of science in the Netherlands, and reference biographies of about 65 important Dutch scientists. Written by more than 10 experts from Europe and North America, the handbook is the standard English-language reference work for the field.

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