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04.07.2019 The Second Permanent Secretary, or Light and Birth of an Invention at the French Academy of Sciences – Serge Plantureux
Since the foundation in 1666, the members of the French Academy of sciences have been called “Immortels”, and the secretaries “Perpetuels”. During the entirety of 19th century there were two permanent secretaries managing the “seances”. In the year of the announcement of the invention of photography, in 1839, one perpetuel was the famous François Arago … Continuer la lecture de « 04.07.2019 The Second Permanent Secretary, or Light and Birth of an Invention at the French Academy of Sciences »