Forme des cristaux de neige et origine des avalanches

Forme des cristaux de neige et origine des avalanches

illustration zoologique, gravure : insectes, fourmi, Robert Hooke, 1745, 18e siècle

illustration zoologique, gravure : insectes, fourmi, Robert Hooke, 1745, 18e siècle

Robert Hooke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robert Hooke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robert Hooke.-- Micrographia --  Libro en el que se muestran por primera ez imagenes tomadas con microscopia optica    Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Robert Hooke.-- Micrographia -- Libro en el que se muestran por primera ez imagenes tomadas con microscopia optica Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Treasures of the Bodleian: Robert Hooke's Micrographia. Published in 1665, this book gave the reader a glimpse of the tiniest of things never before seen.

Treasures of the Bodleian: Robert Hooke's Micrographia. Published in 1665, this book gave the reader a glimpse of the tiniest of things never before seen.

In January 1665, Samuel Pepys wrote in his diary that he stayed up till two in the morning reading a best-selling page-turner, a work that he called "the most ingenious book I read in my life." It was filled with images: of fleas, of bark, of the edges of razors.The book was called Micrographia. Its author, Robert Hooke, belonged to a brilliant circle of natural philosophers who--among many other things--were the first in England to make serious use of microscopes as scientific instruments.

In January 1665, Samuel Pepys wrote in his diary that he stayed up till two in the morning reading a best-selling page-turner, a work that he called "the most ingenious book I read in my life." It was filled with images: of fleas, of bark, of the edges of razors.The book was called Micrographia. Its author, Robert Hooke, belonged to a brilliant circle of natural philosophers who--among many other things--were the first in England to make serious use of microscopes as scientific instruments.

A Diagram of a fly from Robert Hooke's innovative Micrographia, 1665

A Diagram of a fly from Robert Hooke's innovative Micrographia, 1665

Micrographia Title Page

Making the indiscernible visible: Robert Hooke’s Micrographia

Micrographia Title Page

robert hooke micrographia - Google-søk

robert hooke micrographia - Google-søk

Robert Hooke, Micrographia: or, Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses, 1667.

Life through a lens: exploring the miniature world with Robert Hooke’s Micrographia

Robert Hooke, Micrographia: or, Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses, 1667.

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