All posts tagged Landscapes of Science

Photograph of /Syzgium guineese/ collected in Malayasia in 1954 for the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.

The Herbarium: An Interior Landscape of Science

Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of posts considering the intersection between environmental history and the histories of science, technology and medicine. Previous posts can be found here. […]

Go Home Bay, Georgian Bay, Ont. Credit: Frank W. Micklethwaite/Library and Archives Canada/PA-068493.

A Landscape of Science: The Go Home Bay Biological Station

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of posts considering the intersection between environmental history and the histories of science, technology, and medicine. Previous posts can be found here. Stephen Bocking’s […]

Figure 2: Smallpox Vaccine Unit (Preparation Room). 1918 Photograph Album, Sanofi Pasteur Canada (Connaught Campus), Toronto, Archives.

Animal Matter: The Making of ‘Pure’ Bovine Vaccine at the Connaught Laboratories and Farm at the Turn of the Century

This post was originally published on ActiveHistory.ca as part of a special theme week on #InfectiousHistory. Our thanks to Joanna Dean and to the editors of the theme week, Ian Mosby, […]

Lowell Demond about to release a pilot balloon at Mould Bay, 1956. Lowell Demond personal collection, reproduced with permission.

Met Techs, the Environment and Science at the Joint Arctic Weather Stations, 1947-1972

Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of posts considering the intersection between environmental history and the histories of science, technology, and medicine. Previous posts can be found here. This past […]

Electron microscope image of the virus responsible for measles (paramyxoviridae). Photo: 
Alain Grillet, Flickr

Vaccines and the Environmental History of Medicine

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of posts considering the intersection between environmental history and the histories of science, technology, and medicine. All posts in the series are available here. […]

Science happens here too. Salmon Coast Field Station, British Columbia. Photo: Stephen Bocking.

Landscapes of Science

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts considering the intersection between environmental history and the histories of science, technology, and medicine. Subsequent posts are available here. On Canada’s […]