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    Evolutionism and Richard Owen, 1830-1868: An Episode in Darwin's Century.Roy M. MacLeod - 1965 - Isis 56 (3):259-280.
  2. The Ayrton Incident: A Commentary on the Relations of Science and Government in England, 1870–1873.Roy M. MacLeod - 1974 - In Arnold Thackray & Everett Mendelsohn (eds.), Science and Values. New York: Humanities Press. pp. 45--78.
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    Science, History and Social Activism.Everett Mendelsohn, Garland E. Allen & Roy M. Macleod - 2001 - Springer Verlag.
    This book highlights not only aspects of the career of Everett Mendelsohn, one of the premier historians of biology of our age, but also a wide range of topics that are now grouped under the general heading of science studies. This broad collection includes articles on the relations between science and the military, science as narrative, natural history and conservation, Marxism and science, the Human Genome Project, and the relation of philosophy to the study of embryonic development in the 18th (...)
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    Science and Government in Victorian England: Lighthouse Illumination and the Board of Trade, 1866-1886.Roy M. MacLeod - 1969 - Isis 60 (1):5-38.
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    Scientists, government and organised research in Great Britain 1914-16.Roy M. MacLeod - 1970 - Minerva 8 (1-4):454-457.
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    The 'Arsenal' in the strand: Australian chemists and the British munitions effort 1916–1919.Roy M. MacLeod - 1989 - Annals of Science 46 (1):45-67.
    ‘Since the Great War began’, Professor David Orme Masson told a Melbourne audience in September 1915, ‘two statements have been made, and so frequently repeated that today they are commonplace. The first is that the result…depends on…men and more men, munitions and yet more munitions. The second is that this is a war of chemists and engineers—a war of applied science’. To Britain's assistance in this war of invention and applied science came more than 120 Australian scientists, whose particular technical (...)
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    The Quest for Archives of British Men of Science.Roy M. MacLeod & James R. Friday - 1973 - History of Science 11 (1):8-20.
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    The support of victorian science: The endowment of research movement in Great Britain, 1868–1900. [REVIEW]Roy M. Macleod - 1971 - Minerva 9 (2):197-230.
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    The Committee of Civil Research: Scientific advice for economic development 1925–30. [REVIEW]Roy M. MacLeod & E. Kay Andrews - 1969 - Minerva 7 (4):680-705.