This paper studies teacher-directed scientific change for one of the largest changes in the direction of research, the Scientific Revolution. Specifically, the paper shows that teachers at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge during the seventeenth century succesfully managed to influence their students’ direction of research.
Thesis title: On the Shoulders of Science - Early Science as a Driver of Innovation During the Early Industrial Revolution
Supervisors: Prof. Max-Stephan Schulze and Dr. Jeremiah Dittmar
Data analysis, natural language processing
Data analysis, simulations, regression analysis