2018 Workshops

The Imprint of Steam: The Steam Engine in Popular Print Culture

Image courtesy Cadbury Research Library, University of Birmingham

Date

Friday, 16 March 2018

Time

12.30 - 13.30

Venue

Muirhead Tower, Cadbury Research Library, Seminar Room (R21 on campus map)

Price

Free, booking recommended.

Martin Killeen and Dr Kate Croft will lead a hands-on session looking at the role printed material played in the development of steam technology.

It will consider how printed material disseminated new scientific ideas to innovators like James Watt, but also allowed ordinary people access to information about science, technology and innovation and created an audience for popular science for the first time.

Presented by the School of History and Cultures in partnership with Cadbury Research Library.