Uta Frith is Emeritus Professor in Cognitive Development at UCL. She is best known for her research on autism and dyslexia where she made links between mind and brain on the one hand, and mind and behaviour on the other. One of her passions is to promote women in science
Robert Fox is Emeritus Professor of the History of Science at the University of Oxford. His main research interests are in the history of the physical sciences and the relations between science, technology, and industry in Europe, especially France, since the eighteenth century. He has edited Notes and Records of the Royal Society since 2008.
Richard Noakes is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter where he specialises in the history of the sciences in the period c. 1750-1920
Michael Hunter is Emeritus Professor of History at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is the author or editor of many books, including Boyle: Between God and Science (2009; winner of the 2011 Samuel Pepys Award and Roy G. Neville Prize).
David Cahan is a historian of modern science, and his main research interests include the historical relationships of science and society since 1750, including the relationships of technological innovation to science and society, and issues of science and culture
Pratik Chakrabarti is a Lecturer in the History of Modern Medicine. He is the Convenor of the postgraduate programme, MA in the History of Science, Medicine, Environment and Technology.
Sachiko Kusukawa is a Fellow in the History and Philosophy of Science at Trinity College, Cambridge. She works the history of scientific illustrations and has recently discovered Hooke’s drawings on fossils ('The fossil drawings by Robert Hooke and Richard Waller', Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 67, 2 (2013)
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