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CONCORSI E PREMI ALL'ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE DI TORINO: PROGRAMMI DI RICERCA E STRATEGIE DI POLITICA SCIENTIFICA

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Competitions were one of the principal instruments used by academies to stimulate scientific activity, in the domains of both pure and applied sciences. This is demonstrated by the numerous eighteenth century competitions in the fields of astronomy, mathematics, electrology and chemical technology. In this article we examine two specific cases that concern the history of the Academy of Sciences in Turin during the period of the Risorgimento.

Affiliations: 1: Universit di Bologna

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2016-12-05

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