Resources: Secondaryprint

The table is sortable by Year, Author, and Title.

Yearsort ascending Author Title
2019 Fransen, S. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, His Images and Draughtsmen
2019 Robertson, L. A. Was Antoni van Leeuwenhoek secretive?
2019 Alexander, L. All in a Drop
2018 Cocquyt, T., M. Bolt, and M. Korey Hudde en zijn gesmolten microscooplensjes
2018 Bolt, M., T. Cocquyt, and M. Korey Johannes Hudde and His Flameworked Microscope Lenses
2017 Robertson, L. A. Lighting Van Leeuwenhoek's samples
2017 Anderson, D. Some comments on Jorink’s ‘Swammerdam, hoveling?’
2017 Tosteson, H. The Philosophical Transactions of Maria van Leeuwenhoek, Antoni’s Dochter (1668-1696)
2017 Vlis, I. van der 't Weeshuys binnen Delft
2017 Fransen, S. Anglo-Dutch translations of medical and scientific texts
2017 Becchi, A. Between Learned Science and Technical Knowledge
2016 Zuidervaart, H. and D. Anderson Antony van Leeuwenhoek’s microscopes and other scientific instruments: new information from the Delft archives
2016 Yong, E. I Contain Multitudes
2016 Robertson, L. A. et al. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek: Master of the Minuscule
2016 Cocquyt, T. De identificatie van een zilveren microscoopje van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2016 Jorink, E. Swammerdam, hoveling?
2016 Egmond, W. van The riddle of the 'green streaks'
2016 Anderson, D. The tensions between facts and fantasy
2015 Verhoeven, G. De derde stad van Holland
2015 Snyder, L. Eye of the Beholder
2015 Robertson, L. A. Van Leeuwenhoek microscopes - where are they now?
2015 Robertson, L. A. Historical microbiology, is it relevant in the 21st century?
2015 Lane, N. The unseen world
2015 Ford, B. J. Leeuwenhoek Microscopes: Mystery and Mischief
2015 Falkowski, P. Leeuwenhoek's Lucky Break
2015 Ford, B. J. Deepening mystery of disappearing microscope
2015 Robertson, L. A. And then there were 12
2014 Zuidervaart, H. and M. Rijks "Most rare workmen"
2014 Smit, H. et al. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek: Groots in het Kleine
2014 Anderson, D. Still going strong: Leeuwenhoek at eighty
2014 Roon, G. van Macht en gewoonte in het Delftse stadsbestuur (1672-1702)
2013 Henderson, F. Faithful Interpreters?
2013 Jorink, E. De profeet en de boekhouder
2013 Weve, W. Huizen in Delft in de 16de en 17de eeuw
2013 Henderson, F. Making "The Good Old Man" Speak English
2013 Zuidervaart, H. Cabinets for Experimental Philosophy in the Netherlands
2013 Abou-Nemeh, S. C. The Natural Philosopher and the Microscope: Nicolas Hartsoeker Unravels Nature’s “Admirable OEconomy”
2013 Verhoeven, G. Barbarijse zeerovers, een Delftse slaaf en een wanhopige moeder
2012 Rupp, J. C. Het Theatrum Anatomicum
2012 Davidson, M. Pioneers in Optics
2012 Zuidervaart, H. The ‘invisible technician’ made visible
2011 Sundberg, M. Botanical investigations of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2011 Ford, B. J. The Clarity of Images from Early Single-Lens Microscopes Captured on Video
2011 Gelderblom, O. and J. Jonker Public Finance and Economic Growth: The Case of Holland in the Seventeenth Century
2010 Cohen, H. F. How Modern Science Came Into the World
2009 Huisman, T. The Finger of God
2009 Ford, B. J. Did Physics Matter to the Pioneers of Microscopy?
2009 Uchelen, T. C. van Maria Strick, Schoolmistress and Calligrapher in Early Seventeenth-Century Holland
2009 Sepel, L., E. Loreto and J. Rocha Using a Replica of Leeuwenhoek’s Microscope to Teach the History of Science and to Motivate Students
2009 Ratcliff, M. The Quest for the Invisible