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A.D. Morrison-Low won the 2008 Paul Bunge Prize for her book Making Scientific Instruments in the Industrial Revolution (Aldershot, 2007). She has been a member of the Editorial Board for the Scientific Instrument Commission’s series Scientific Instruments and Collections since 2009, and she has been a Research Associate at National Museums Scotland since her retirement in 2015. She continues to research the 18th and 19th century scientific instrument trade, and the early history of Scottish photography.
A.D. Morrison-Low, National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh
Joshua Nall, Whipple Museum, Cambridge, UK
Sara J. Schechner, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Giorgio Strano, Museo Galileo, Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence, Italy