|| Chandler Fulton (Brown University), "Vinegar Flies,
T. H. Morgan, and Columbia University: Some Fundamental Studies in
||Robert Wohl (Princeton University), "Buffon and his Project
for a New Science"
||H. L. Burstyn (Harvard University), "Galileo's Attempt
to Prove That the Earth Moves"
||Frederic L. Holmes (Harvard University), "Elementary
Analysis and the Origins of Physiological Chemistry"
|| Robert H. Silliman (Princeton University), "William
Thomson: Smoke Rings and Nineteenth-Century Atomism"
||Roy MacLeod (St. Catherine's College, Cambridge), "Richard
Owen and Evolutionism"
||Jerry B. Cough (Cornell University), "Turgot, Lavoisier,
and the Role of Heat in the Chemical Revolution"
|| Timothy O. Lipman (College of Physicians and Surgeons,
Columbia University), "Vitalism and Reductionism in Liebig's Physiological
||Paul Forman (University of California, Berkeley), "The
Doublet Riddle and Atomic Physics circa 1924"
|| Gerald Geison (Yale University), "The Physical Basis
of Life: The Concept of Protoplasm 1835-1870"
||Ronald S. Calinger (University of Chicago), "The Newtonian-Wolffian
Controversy in St. Petersburg, 1725-1756"
||Park Teter (Princeton University), "Bacon's Use of the
History of Science for Scientific Revolution"
|| Daniel Siegel (Yale University), "Balfour Stewart and
Gustav Kirchhoff: Two Independent Approaches to 'Kirchhoff's Radiation
||Philip Kitcher (Princeton University), "Fluxions, Limits,
and Infinite Littlenesse"
|| John E. Lesch (Princeton University), "George John Romanes
and Physiological Selection: A Post-Darwinian Debate and its Consequences"
||Robert M. Friedman (Johns Hopkins University), "The Methodology
of Joseph Fourier and the Problematic of Analysis"
|| Philip F. Rehbock (Johns Hopkins University), "Huxley,
Haeckel, and the Oceanographers: The Case of Bathybius haeckelii"
||Lorraine J. Daston (Columbia University), "British Responses
||Richard F. Hirsh (University of Wisconsin), "The Riddle
of the Gaseous Nebulae: What Are They Made of?"
||Thomas Jobe, M.D. (University of Chicago), "The Role
of the Devil in Restoration Science: The Webster-Ward Witchcraft Debate"
|| Robert Scott Bernstein (Princeton University), "Pasteur's
Cosmic Asymmetric Force: The Public Image and the Private Mind"
||Geoffrey V. Sutton (Princeton University), "Electric
Medicine and Mesmerism: The Spirit of Systems in the Enlightenment"
||Bruce J. Hunt (Johns Hopkins University), "Theory Invades
Practice: The British Response to Hertz"
|| Larry Owens (Princeton University), "Pure and Sound
Government: Laboratories, Lecture Halls, and Playing Fields in Nineteenth-Century
|| Richard Gillespie (University of Pennsylvania), "Aerostation
and Adventurism: Ballooning in France and Britain, 1783-1786"
||Alexander Jones (Brown University), "The Development
and Transmission of 248-Day Schemes for Lunar Motion in Astronomy"
||Pauline Carpenter Dear (Princeton University), "Richard
Owen and the Invention of the Dinosaur"
||Lynn Nyhart (University of Pennsylvania), "The Intellectual
Geography of German Morphology, 1870-1900"
||William Newman (Harvard University), "The Defense of
Technology: Alchemical Debate in the Late Middle Ages"
|| Marcos Cueto (Columbia University), "Excellence, Institutional
Continuity, and Scientific Styles in the Periphery: Andean Biology
|| M. Susan Lindee (Cornell University), "Sexual Politics
of a Textbook: The American Career of Jane Marcet's Conversations
on Chemistry, 1806-1853"
||Richard J. Sorrenson (Princeton University), "Making
a Living out of Science: John Dolland and the Achromatic Lens"
||Michael Aaron Dennis (Johns Hopkins University), "Reconstructing
Technical Practice: The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Instrumentation Laboratory
after World War II"
||Alex Soojung-Kim Pang (University of Pennsylvania), "The
Social Event of the Season: Solar Eclipse Expeditions and 19th-century
||Sungook Hong (University of Toronto), "Making a New Role
for Scientist Engineer: John Ambrose Fleming (1849-1945) and the "Ferranti
|| Paul Lucier (Princeton University), "Commercial Interest
and Scientific Disinterestedness: Geological Consultants in Antebellum
|| James Strick (Princeton University), "Swimming against
the Tide: Adrianus Pijper and the debate over Bacterial Flagella,
|| Helen Rozwadowski (University of Pennsylvania), "Small
World: Forging a Scientific Maritime Culture"
|| James Spiller, "Re-Imagining Antarctica and the United
States Antarctica Research Program: Enduring Representations of a
|| No award.
|| Michael D. Gordin (Harvard University), "The Importation
of Being Earnest"
|| James Endersby (Cambridge University), "Putting Plants
in their Place"