The Net Advance of Physics
RETRO

Being a Compendium of Materials Pertinent to Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy in the Long Nineteenth Century
(1750 - 1925)

for the use of students, historians, revivalists, steampunks, and all interested enquirers


[Link to MIT] Net Advance RETRO is a part of
The Net Advance of Physics.
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology
("Boston Tech")
[LNS]


VIDEO OF THE MONTH (2015 May):
"Maxwell's Light", composition for piano by Jennifer Austin, with footage taken in the vicinity of James Clerk Maxwell's house, Glenlair. [Orkney International Science Festival, 2014]


EDITOR'S BLOG
New entry every other Monday. See also list of all entries since 2012 Oct. 15.

2015 Apr. 27: Poetry Page Updated
with several poets from Cambridge, including James Clerk Maxwell.


A COLLECTION OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENCE POETRY


ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF RESOURCES
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PAGES OF RELATED INTEREST


To contribute to this page, contact:

Norman Hugh Redington
E-Mail: redingtn at mit full-stop edu


Image of John D. Runkle

In memory of Professor John D. Runkle, second president of MIT and outspoken advocate of the "Mens et Manus" philosophy.