Nov15 - • Typical 1880s microscope • The rise of cytology • The study of cells nuclei • Mathias Jakob Schleiden • Theodor Schwann o

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Nov. 15 Elements and the Force 1. New Institutions Aspects of 19 th - century science: wholes and parts Attempt to bring precision and measurement to every domain of physics James Watt o Inventor of efficient steam engine o Pumping water from mines—cotton mills (spinning, weaving) – factories (Glasgow) o “High pressure” engines Scaling up and reducing German University System (Wilhelm von Humboldt) First research University Charles Babbage o Invents British association for the advancement of science o “Reflections on the Decline of Science in England” o Difference engines- first computers French scientific training institutions o Ecole polytechnique o Ecole normale superieure (first place that uses blackboards) Justus Liebig 2. New Atomisms: Cells, Germs, Heroic Medicine Life cells- Robert Hooke Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling Lorenz Oken o All organisms consist of infusoria (cells) Typical 1840s microscope
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Unformatted text preview: • Typical 1880s microscope • The rise of cytology • The study of cells: nuclei • Mathias Jakob Schleiden • Theodor Schwann o Animals made of cells • Rudolph Virchow o All cells come from other cells • Chromosomes = colored bodies • Walther Flemming- mitosis • Disease units: germs/ microbes • Louis Pasteur o Crystallography o Isomerism o Swan-necked flasks o Vaccination o Joseph Meister Rabies vaccination o Pasteurization of everything o Sterilization transformed what we do • Robert Koch o Tuberculosis o Dytheria o Typhoid • Lister Lab • Walter Reed- identified cause of Yellow Fever • Heroic Scientific Medicine • Bacteriology—laboratory medicine • Matter Units: elements • Joseph Priestley o Phlogiston • Lavoisier- Oxygen 3. Classifying the Elements 4. “Second Scientific Revolution” 5. A universe of convertible forces...
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Nov15 - • Typical 1880s microscope • The rise of cytology • The study of cells nuclei • Mathias Jakob Schleiden • Theodor Schwann o

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