Sarah Dry

Sarah is a science writer and historian of science. She is the author of a history of climate science titled Waters of the World: The story of the scientists who unravelled the mysteries of the oceans, atmosphere and ice sheets and made the planet whole; The Newton Papers: The strange and true odyssey of Isaac Newton’s manuscripts; and Curie: A life. She is currently a researcher with the Making Climate History project the University of Cambridge and a Trustee of the Science Museum.



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