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Chapter 1 Categorizing Science in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Britain

@inproceedings{Bud2018Chapter1C,
  title={Chapter 1 Categorizing Science in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Britain},
  author={R. Bud},
  year={2018}
}
Britain had no policy for science during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Science was, however, called upon to address fears, problems, and incomplete narratives shared widely by government and people. Its study in schools and universities was a matter of perennial anxiety. Though the annual government grants given for research in the mid-nineteenth century were small, projects related to pressing government concerns received substantial support (Macleod 1971a, b). In the 1870s… Expand

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