James Watt and the Making of the Modern World

James Watt and the Making of the Modern World March 24, 2011

A little off topic, but I’ve just been to the opening of a new exhibition on James Watt at the National Museum of Science in London, and wrote a short piece on it over at the Humanists4Science blog. I got a chance to speak briefly with Adam Hart-Davis, the TV presenter, about the impact of Watt’s life on society, and put the recording up on the blog post too.


Creative Commons License This article by Tom Rees was first published on Epiphenom. It is licensed under Creative Commons.
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