Resources: Secondaryprint

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

Yearsort descending Author Title
1998 Claessens, M. and R. F. Wybrands Marcussen (eds.) Kadastrale Atlas Zuid-Holland 1832
1998 Davids, K. Succesful and failed transitions. Windmill technology
1999 Jorink, E. Wetenschap en wereldbeeld in de Gouden Eeuw
1999 Verhoeven, G. (ed.) Het eerste kohier van de tiende penning van Delft (1543)
1999 Berkel, K. van, A. van Helden, and L. Palm (eds.) A History of Science in The Netherlands
2000 Loughman, J. and J. Montias Public and Private Spaces
2000 Davids, K. Patents and patentees in the Dutch Republic between c.1580 and c.1720
2000 Wiel, K. van der Op Zoek Naar Huis, Straat or Buurt
2001 Postgate, J. A Historical Account of the Life and Work of the Dutch Microbiologist Antoni van Leeuwenhoek - The Father of Microbiology
2001 Finlay, B. J. and G. F. Esteban Exploring Leeuwenhoek's Legacy: the abundance and diversity of protozoa
2001 Hunter, M., et al. ed. Correspondence of Robert Boyle, 1636-1691
2001 Ford, B. J. The Royal Society And The Microscope
2002 Houtzager, H. L. and M. Jonker (eds.) De Snijkunst Verbeeld: Delftse Anatomische Lessen Nader Belicht
2002 Lucassen, J. Immigranten in Holland 1600-1800
2002 Corliss, J. O. A Salute to Antony van Leeuwenhoek of Delft
2002 Wiel, K. van der Zicht op Delft in de 17de en 18de eeuw
2002 Jardine, L. Ingenious pursuits: building the scientific revolution
2002 Fournier, M. Een microscoop van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2002 Elsen, J. van den The Rotterdam sympathy case (1696-1697): a window on the late seventeenth-century philosophical discourse
2002 Hall, M. B. Promoting Experimental Learning
2003 Prak, M. Guilds and the Development of the Art Market during the Dutch Golden Age
2003 Fournier, M. Early Microscopes. A Descriptive Catalogue
2003 Huerta, R. D. Giants of Delft: Johannes Vermeer and the Natural Philosophers
2003 Tunnacliffe, A. and J. Lapinski Resurrecting Van Leeuwenhoek’s rotifers
2003 Willach, R. The development of lens grinding and polishing techniques in the first half of the 17th century
2004 Kooijmans, L. De doodskunstenaar: De anatomische lessen van Frederik Ruysch
2004 Roemer, B. van de Neat Nature: The Relation between Nature and Art in a Dutch Cabinet of Curiosities from the Early Eighteenth Century.
2004 Gest, H. The Discovery of Microorganisms by Robert Hooke and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2004 Jonckheere, K. "What I brought from Brabant and Holland" Anton Ulrich
2004 Gest, H. The Discovery of Microorganisms Revisited
2004 Hoftijzer, P. An eighteenth-century amateur of books and science in Warmond
2004 Zuidervaart, H. Reflecting “Popular Culture”. The Introduction, Diffusion and Construction of the Reflecting Telescope in the Netherlands
2004 James, J. Van Leeuwenhoeks ontdekking van bacteriën
2005 Larner, A. Antony van Leeuwenhoek and the Description of Diaphragmatic Flutter (Respiratory Myoclonus)
2005 Houtzager, H. L. Johannes Hudde en zijn vergrotende glazen bolletjes
2005 Azevedo, A. A. de Exploring the Possibilities of Single Lens Microscopes
2005 Ford, B. J. The Discovery of Giardia
2005 Prak, M. The Dutch Republic in the Seventeenth Century: The Golden Age
2005 Frijhoff, W. and M. Spies 1650: Hard-Won Unity.
2005 Egerton, F. N. Robert Hooke and The Royal Society of London
2005 Egerton, F. N. Invertebrate zoology and parasitology during the 1600s
2005 Nagtegaal, H. K. Het Delftse Geslacht van der Dussen
2005 Palm, L. C. The Edition of Leeuwenhoek's Letters: Changing Demands, Changing Policies
2006 Grijzenhout, F. and N. van Sas The burgher of Delft: a painting by Jan Steen
2006 Cobb, M. Generation
2006 Azevedo, A. A. de The Challenge of Grinding Lenses for Single Lens Microscopes
2006 Adams, R. and L. Jardine The return of the Hooke folio
2006 Kempeneers, P. Oud schrift: lezen, begrijpen, overzetten
2006 Egerton, F. N. Leeuwenhoek’s Microscopic Natural History
2006 Meeteren, A. van Op Hoop van Akkoord

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