Royal Society

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Founded in London in 1660 to promote the discussion of science, the Royal Society is the leading academic institution for scientists. Its published Transactions shed a flood of light on scientific discussions and experiments. From its earliest years, the Society offered prizes for innovations, e.g. new crops.

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