Posts in category Prizes

Second Neu-Whitrow Prize Awarded

Second Neu-Whitrow Prize Awarded

On July 26, 2017, the second Neu-Whitrow Prize was awarded to Prof. Dr. Klaus Hentschel and his Stuttgart Team for his online resource “Database of Scientific Illustrators 1450-1950.” The Neu-Whitrow prize is named for John Neu who edited the ISIS bibliography and continued the work of editing the ISIS Cumulative Bibliography of which Magda Whitrow […]

2017 Neu-Whitrow Prize

The 2017 Neu-Whitrow Prize is awarded every four years to the scholar who has created the most innovative research tool for managing, documenting and analyzing sources in the history of science and technology. The prize is awarded by the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation (CBD) of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science […]

On the Scholarly Merit of Creating Yo...

On the Scholarly Merit of Creating Your Own Research Tool: An Interview with Jennifer Rampling

The following interview with Jennifer Rampling was conducted by Stephen Weldon at the History of Science Society Meeting in San Francisco, California, on November 21, 2015.[1][2] Rampling, Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University, won the first Neu-Whitrow Prize in 2013 for her compilation of the Catalogue of the Ripley Corpus. The Neu-Whitrow Prize is […]