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Cooper, M., A More Beautiful City: Robert Hooke and the Rebuilding of London After the Great Fire (London: Sutton Publishing, 2003).

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Drake, E.T., Restless Genius: Robert Hooke and His Earthly Thoughts (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996).

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Gibbs-Smith, C.H., Aviation: An Historical Survey from Its Origins to the End of World War II (London: Science Museum, 1970).

Gunther, R.T., The Life and Work of Robert Hooke, Early Science in Oxford, vol. 6 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1930).

Harsch, V. "Robert Hooke, Inventor of the Vacuum Pump and the First Altitude Chamber (1671)." Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 77 (2006): 867-869.

Hart, C., The Prehistory of Flight (Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1985).

Hintzman, D.L. "Robert Hooke's Model of Memory." Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 10 (2003): 3-14.

Hooke, R., Micrographia (1665; New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1961).

Hooke's Architecture

Hooke's Monument, Westminster Abbey; for comparison see Newton's monument at

Hunter, M. "Robert Hooke Revivified." Notes & Records of the Royal Society of London 58 (2004): 89-91.

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Jardine, L., The Curious Life of Robert Hooke: The Man Who Measured London (New York: HarperCollins, 2003).


Lim, M.V.V. "The History of Extracorporeal Oxygenators." Anaesthesia 61 (2006): 984-995.

May, R.M., "Address by Lord May prs, given at the dedication of the memorial to Dr. Robert Hooke at Westminster Abbey on 3 March 2005," Notes & Records of the Royal Society 59 (2005): 321-323.

McConnell, A. "Origins of the Marine Barometer." Annals of Science 62 (2005): 83-101.

Mills, A. "Robert Hooke's ‘Universal Joint' and Its Application to Sundials and the Sundial-clock." Notes & Records of the Royal Society of London 61 (2007): 219-236.

Nauenberg, M. "Hooke and Newton: ‘Divining' Planetary Motions." Physics Today (February 2004): 13-14.

Nauenberg, M. "Robert Hooke's Seminal Contribution to Orbital Dynamics." Physics in Perspective 7 (2005): 4-34.

Poore, S., "The Morphological Basis of the Arm-to-Wing Transition," Journal of Hand Surgery 33 (2008): 277-280. 

Powell, D., "Were Pterosaurs Too Big to Fly?" New Scientist, (October 2, 2008),

Purrington,Robert D, The First Professional Scientist: Robert Hooke and the Royal Society of London, vol. 39, Science Networks/Historical Studies (Basel, Switzerland: Birkhäuser, 2009).

Robinson, H.W. and W. Adams, eds., The Diary of Robert Hooke, 1672-1680 (London: Taylor and Francis, 1935).

Rousseaux, G., P. Coullet, and J.M. Gilli "Robert Hooke's Conical Pendulum from the Modern Viewpoint of Amplitude Equations and Its Optical Analogues." Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 462 (2006): 531-540.

Stevenson, C. "Robert Hooke, Monuments and Memory." Art History 28 (2005): 43-73.

The American Helicopter Society Igor I. Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition

Waller, R., The Life of Dr. Robert Hooke: Posthumous Works (1705; New York: Johnson Publishing, 1969).

Wilkins, J., Mathematicall Magick, London (1648).

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