The Victorian dynamo

@article{Dry2018TheVD,
  title={The Victorian dynamo},
  author={Sarah Dry},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={360},
  pages={1307 - 1307}
}
A long-awaited biography does justice to John Tyndall, a pioneering climate researcher and science advocate In his day, the Victorian physicist and science popularizer John Tyndall was as famous and controversial a figure as Charles Darwin. Unlike Darwin, Tyndall slipped into obscurity following his death in 1893. A lively, charismatic figure, Tyndall left behind a copious correspondence and an engagingly written journal, all of which has been exploited by Roland Jackson in a long-awaited…