Voices of Science

Voices of Science deals with environmental science, British technology, and engineering from 1940 to the present. It contains oral history interviews with prominent British scientists and engineers, in about a hundred short audio and video clips that were made between 2009 and 2013. The clips are sorted according to theme, interviewee, or discipline.

The website also provides links to the full unedited interviews and transcripts available at British Library Sounds. Personal biographies, photographs and links provide context for each scientist’s life and work. All the digital interviews, averaging 10-15 hours in length, are archived at the British Library. The website draws on the Oral History of British Science initiative led by National Life Stories at the British Library.

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