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Oggetto: International Workshop On The History of Microscopy
Pubblicata da admin, in data 2004-06-28 00:00:00


International Workshop On The History of Microscopy
Milan & Naples - 13-16 October 2004

Dipartimento di Biologia (UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano)
Edizione Nazionale delle Opere di Antonio Vallisneri (Milano)
Istituto per la Storia del Pensiero Filosofico e Scientifico Moderno (CNR, Sezione di Milano)
Institut d’Histoire de la MÚdÚcine et de la SantÚ (UniversitÚ de GenŔve)
Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn (Napoli)

Milan, 13-14 October 2004
UniversitÓ degli Studi
Dipartimento di Biologia - via Golgi
20133 Milano

Naples, 15-16 October 2004
Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn
Villa Comunale
80121 Naples

Milan 13-14 October 2004
Biostoria / Biohistory
‘Tecnologie’ contemporanee per la storia della microscopia
(XVII-XVIII secc.)/
Contemporary ‘Technologies’ for the History of Microscopy
(17th-18th Centuries)

13 ottobre 2004 - h. 14.30

BRIAN J. FORD (NESTA), The birth of microscopy

JAMES B. MCCORMICK (Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago), Evolution of the Microscope in the 17th and 18th Century ; Philosophical, Social, and Economic influences

CHRISTOPH LUETHY (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen), Hopes and Expectations of the First Microscopists (and their 20th-Century Vindication)

MARC J. RATCLIFF (UniversitÚ de GenŔve), Testing microscopes and instrumental systems during the 18th century

GIULIO MELONE (UniversitÓ di Milano), Il vivo e il morto al microscopio ottico: una breve storia delle tecniche di preparazione del materiale biologico per l'osservazione al microscopio ottico

14 ottobre 2004 - h. 9

FRANCO ANDRIETTI (UniversitÓ di Milano) - MICHELA FAZZARI (Roma), Aspetti storici ed ottici della microscopia italiana del Seicento:il caso Buonanni

MARIAN FOURNIER (Museum Boerhaave), Microscopes used by three Dutch microscopists

MARTA STEFANI (UniversitÓ di Siena), Il microscopio nelle esperienze di Francesco Redi

14 ottobre 2004 - h. 14.30

GIANNI MICHELI (UniversitÓ di Milano), Malpighi e il microscopio della natura

DARIO GENERALI (UniversitÓ di Trento), L'uso del microscopio in Vallisneri

MARIA TERESA MONTI (ISPF-CNR, Milano), Gli "animaluzzi" di Bonaventura Corti: microscopia spallanzaniana o alternativa d'eccellenza?

GIULIO BARSANTI (UniversitÓ di Firenze), Spallanzani and his tardigrades: the microscope of resurrections

GILLES DENIS (UniversitÚ dÚ Lille I), L'influence de l'Úcole italienne de botanique microbiologique sur la pensÚe et les travaux de Pasteur

Naples 15-16 October 2004
Instrumental Practices and Microscopical Knowledge in the Construction of Biomedical Sciences (19th and 20th Centuries)

October 15, 2004 - h. 9

STEPHEN JACYNA (University College London), Negotiating Microscopy Truth in Nineteenth-Century Britain

ANNE LA BERGE (Virginia Tech), Paul Broca and Medical Microscopy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France

OHAD PARNES (Universitńt Bern), German Early 19th Century Microscopical Research

October 15, 2004 - h. 15

JUTTA SCHICKORE (University of Cambridge), Utilising our Ancestor's Errors. Alexander Monro Secundus and Early Nineteenth-Century Microscopy

PAOLO BRENNI (Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence), Microscopes in the 19th Century: Some Notes on their Design, Production and Trade

DAVID CAHAN (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Helmholtz and Abbe: Microscopy Theory and Purposes

ARIANE DRÍSCHER (UniversitÓ di Bologna), Art, Facts, Artefacts: the Golgi Apparatus in the Era of Light Microscopy

October 16, 2004 - h. 9

CHRISTIANE GROEBEN (Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Naples), "For Methods go to Naples" (1883): The Stazione Zoologica as an Originator and Distributor of Methods and Tools

ANDREW MENDELSOHN (Imperial College London), Pasteurian Science and Microscopy

BERNARDINO FANTINI (University of Geneva), Microscopical Observations and Theoretical Contexts: the Case of the Discovery of Malaria Aetiology

NICHOLAS RASMUSSEN (University of Sydney), The Electron Microscope and the Molecular Biology of the 1960's

BRUNO STRASSER (University of Geneva), How the Electron Microscope Became a Microscope: The Politics of Memory in the History of Scientific Instrumentation

For more information apply to:
Miriam Spoerri, Miriam.Sporri@medecine.unige.ch (Naples)
Cristina Papadia, cristina.papadia@tiscali.it(Milan)
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