||The economy of scientific exchange in early modern Italy / Paula Findlen -- Court, academy, and printing house : patronage and scientific careers in late renaissance Italy / William Eamon -- Patronage of mechanics and theories of impact in sixteenth-century Italy / W.R. Laird -- Twisting the lion's tail : practice and theory at the Court of Henry Prince of Wales / Lesley B. Cormack -- Paracelsianism and patronage in early modern Denmark / Jole Shackelford -- Living in revolutionary times : medical change under William and Mary / Harold J. Cook -- The Habsburg Circle / William B. Ashworth, Jr. -- Patronage and institutions : courts, universities, and academies in Germany : an overview, 1550-1750 / Bruce T. Moran -- The reorganization of science 1450-1700 / David S. Lux -- Curing the body politic : chemistry and commerce at court, 1664-70 / Pamela H. Smith -- The political theory and practice of technology under Louis XIV / Alice Stroup.
||(cont.) The case of the eighteenth-century projector : entrepreneurs, engineers, and legitimacy at the Hanoverian Court in Britain / A.J.G. Cummings and Larry Stewart.
|General note||Based on a symposium for the 18th International Congress for the History of Science, held in Hamburg in the summer of 1989.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|
|ISBN||0851152856 (hardback) :|