|Title:||Glass and its importance in early science|
|Abstract:||The early history of glass and its discovery. The virtues of glass for civilization – transparent, inert, relatively easy to work. The amazing effects on light. Modern scientific advance crucially dependent on glass, as Simon Schaffer explains in Faraday’s laboratory.|
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