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Thursday, 25 November 2010, 12:30PM
Wadham College, Oxford

Part Six: Being Economical With The Truth

Professor Michael Cooper

A Symposium to mark the 350th anniversary of The Royal Society, examining the early days of Wadham College, Gresham College and The Royal Society, together with the life and work of some of the founders of The Royal Society.

This second part of the conference includes the following talk:

Being Economical With The Truth by Professor Michael Cooper

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Michael Cooper was Professor of Engineering Surveying at City University, London, from 1975. He was the author of two books on Hooke and London. He passed away in 2012.

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25 November 2010

Part Six: Being Economical With The Truth
Professor Michael Cooper

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