Spurling, Tom & JM Webb: World War I and Australian science

Spurling, Tom & John Mark Webb

The Great War brought us tragedy but it also birthed Australian science‘, The Conversation, 13 August 2013

Shows how the war enabled Australia to embrace science and technology innovation in a national way. Traces the development from notable individual scientists in the 19th and early 20th century to more organised efforts during the war, including the start of what became the CSIRO.

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