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Cassiopeia, Draco, Ursa Major and Ursa Minor in relation to Polaris - Thomas WrightPrints   The Royal Society

Cassiopeia, Draco, Ursa Major and Ursa Minor in relation to Polaris - Thomas WrightPrints The Royal Society

When Scientists Were Artists: The Royal Society's Picture Library Goes Digital    A hammerhead shark's baleful stare. A longnose batfish's fierce armor and delicate fins. These masterpieces of expression and scientific detail fill the pages of the world's first ichthyology book, De Historia Piscium, published in 1686 by the Royal Society.

When Scientists Were Artists: The Royal Society's Picture Library Goes Digital A hammerhead shark's baleful stare. A longnose batfish's fierce armor and delicate fins. These masterpieces of expression and scientific detail fill the pages of the world's first ichthyology book, De Historia Piscium, published in 1686 by the Royal Society.

Frauhofer diffraction patterns generated through different apertures - L SchwerdPrints | The Royal Society

Frauhofer diffraction patterns generated through different apertures - L SchwerdPrints | The Royal Society

The Royal Society in London, UK Motto: "Nvllivs In Verba" - Question Everything

The Royal Society in London, UK Motto: "Nvllivs In Verba" - Question Everything

Royal Society, Nvllivs In Verba

Royal Society, Nvllivs In Verba

Snowflake research. 18th-century journal page showing snowflake configurations described in 1755 by John Nettis a physician from Middelburg, the Netherlands. Nettis used early forms of microscope lenses to make his observations. This page is from volume 49 (1755-6) of the journal 'Philosophical Transactions', published by the Royal Society of London.

Snowflake research. 18th-century journal page showing snowflake configurations described in 1755 by John Nettis a physician from Middelburg, the Netherlands. Nettis used early forms of microscope lenses to make his observations. This page is from volume 49 (1755-6) of the journal 'Philosophical Transactions', published by the Royal Society of London.

Combining two of my loves--Geology and Art: Lithograph from Royal Society Report on Krakatoa Eruption, 1888.

Combining two of my loves--Geology and Art: Lithograph from Royal Society Report on Krakatoa Eruption, 1888.

willughby, f_historia piscium_1686_hammerhead_tabb1 The Royal Society - The History of Fish

willughby, f_historia piscium_1686_hammerhead_tabb1 The Royal Society - The History of Fish

Illustration from De Humani Corporis Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius, first published in 1543

Picture library captures Royal Society's rich history

Illustration from De Humani Corporis Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius, first published in 1543

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