ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
“The Early Modern Study of Ancient Measures in Comparative Perspective: A Preliminary Investigation.” In: Dmitri Levitin and Ian Maclean, eds., The Worlds of Knowledge and the Classical Tradition in the Early Modern Age: Comparative Approaches. Brill (2021).
“Alchemy and the Electric Spirit in Isaac Newton’s General Scholium.” in S. Ducheyne, S. Mandelbrote and S. Snobelen (eds.), Newton’s General Scholium After 300 Years. Brill (forthcoming, 2022)
“Johannes Kepler and the Exploration of the Weight of Substances in the Long Sixteenth Century.” Early Science and Medicine, 25 (4) (2020): 328–359 https://doi.org/10.1163/15733823-00254P03
“Beyond Recipes: The Baconian Natural and Experimental Histories as an Epistemic Genre.” In: Doina Rusu and Dana Jalobeanu, eds., special issue of Centaurus, 62 (2020): 447-64 https://doi.org/10.1111/1600-0498.12322
“The Philosopher and the Craftsman. Francis Bacon’s Notion of Experiment and its Debt to Early Stuart Inventors.” Isis. A journal of the History of Science Society, 108, no. 4 (December 2017): 749-768. https://doi.org/10.1086/695538 .
“The Making of Useful Knowledge: Preliminary Remarks,” in: The Making of Useful Knowledge. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprints Series. Berlin, MPIWG, 2016.
“Reporting Useful Experiments: Cost Accounting and Early Modern Technical Experimentation,” in: The Making of Useful Knowledge. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprints Series. Berlin, MPIWG, 2016.
“Introduction,” in: Instruments & Arts of Inquiry: Natural History, Natural Magic and the Production of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe. Special Issue of Journal of Early Modern Studies. 3 (1) 2014. 9:13.
“Francis Bacon and the Institutions of Innovation.” Journal of Early Modern Studies. 1 (2) 2013: 9–32.
“Weighing Experience: Experimental Histories and Francis Bacon’s Quantitative Program.” Early Science and Medicine 16 (6) 2011: 542-570
“The Mine and the Furnace: Francis Bacon, Thomas Russell, and Early Stuart Mining Culture.” Early Science and Medicine, 14 (6) 2009: 630-660
“The Digital Index Chemicus: Toward a Digital Tool for Studying Isaac Newton’s Index Chemicus.” Body, Space & Technology Journal, 7 (2) 2008. (First author, with Tamara Lopez and John Walsh)
“Bacon’s Proteus.” Chemical Heritage. 24 (4) Winter 2006/07.
Exploring and Experimenting on the Weight and Density of Things in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries. Special issue of Early Science and Medicine, 25 (4) (2020). https://doi.org/10.1163/15733823-00254P01
The Making of Useful Knowledge. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprints Series. Berlin, MPIWG (editor, with Thomas Morel and Giuditta Parolini; 2016)
Instruments & Arts of Inquiry: Natural History, Natural Magic and the Production of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe. Special issue of Journal of Early Modern Studies. 3 (1) 2014 (editor, with Dana Jalobeanu)
“Experiment in Renaissance Science.” Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, edited by Marco Sgarbi. Heidelberg: Springer (with Friedrich Steinle and Evan Ragland)
“Francis Bacon.” Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography, edited by Noretta Koertge. Vol. 19. Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2008: 137-142.
The Limits of Matter: Chemistry, Mining & Enlightenment by Hjalmar Fors. The University of Chicago Press. Bulletin for the History of Chemistry 40 (2) 2015: 120-121.
La prima traduzione francese del «Novum Organum». Dal manoscritto BNF FF 19096, by Carlo Carabba. Renaissance Quarterly 66 (4) 2013: 1358-1359