Tim Paul Sherratt has had a long involvement with the history and archives of Australian science and technology. In 2005 he was awarded a PhD for his work on 'Atomic Wonderland' which, in his words, reflects 'a continuing battle with the meaning of progress, the involvement of science and the nature of the atomic age'. Tim was a key staff member of the Australian Science Archives Project and was one of the prime movers that led to the development of ASAP's web presence, in particular Bright Sparcs.
Education - BA(Hons), University of Melbourne, majoring in History and Philosophy of Science. Awarded the Dwight Prize for Final Year Honours.
1985 - 1986
Career position - Research Assistant to Professor R.W. Home, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Melbourne, working on various projects concerned with the history of physics in Australia, including Physics in Australia to 1945.
1985 - 1988
Career position - Casual Tutor in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Melbourne, teaching 'History of Astronomy' and 'Upheavals in Science'.
1987 - 1989
Education - PhD Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, supported by an Australian Postgraduate Research Award, investigating the 'atomic age' in Australia.
1989 - 1991
Career position - Assistant Archivist with the Australian Science Archives Project, University of Melbourne, with major responsibility for processing the records Edwin Sherbon Hills.
1991 - 1997?
Career position - Editor of the History of Australian Science Newsletter, published by the Australian Science Archives Project, University of Melbourne
Career position - Archivist with the Australian Science Archives Project, University of Melbourne. Organised a major national conference: Recovering Science - Strategies and Models for the Past, Present and Future
Career position - Senior Archivist, Australian Science Archives Project, University of Melbourne, appointed to establish the ASAP Canberra Office at the Australian Academy of Science.
1994 - 1997
Career position - Manager, Canberra Office and Head of Information Services, Australian Science Archives Project, University of Melbourne. Initiated the development of ASAP's Internet publishing and outreach program.
The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880)Wednesday 23 February 1848 p 4 Article
... en is llie' owner of one-half of 'the Emma Sherratt. The other owner* are resident at the Swan, and ... Sherratt left the Mauritius, Mr. Owen sailed for Adelaide, intending to call at the Swan for the express ...
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South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900)Wednesday 19 January 1848 p 2 Article
... THE EMMA SHERRATT.' Some very extraordinary circumstances have just transpired, at Port ... directed to pay Mr Younghusband the amount due to the other part owners. Some days before the Emma Sherratt ...
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Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904)Saturday 29 January 1848 p 2 Article
... THE " EMMA SHERRATT." ^[From the SouiA Australian Register, 26th January.] _ On Wednesday last, we ... of providing the return cargo, and despatching her within a reasonable time for Port Adelaide, as he ...
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