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Monday, 13 March 2006, 12:00AM

Health on the ocean waves: The sea-doctor afloat and in port

Professor Allan Chapman

A lecture by Professor Allan Chapman, University of Oxford

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Allan Chapman is a British historian of science. Chapman has been based at Oxford University for most of his career, as a member of the Faculty of History, based at Wadham College. He is an accomplished lecturer and public speaker (including as visiting professor at Gresham College in London). In January 1994, he delivered the Royal Society history of science Wilkins Lecture, on the subject of Edmund Halley.

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13 March 2006

Health on the ocean waves: The sea-doctor afloat and in port
Professor Allan Chapman

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