His most recent publications have included a photo-essay on traveling the backroads of Iceland in the winter issue of The Explorers Journal, an article on Victorian microscopy in the May-June issue of the magazine Antiques, a profile of artist-explorer Mary Jo McConnell in the July-August issue of that same magazine, and a chapter in a new book about the 18th century explorer-naturalist William Bartram entitled: The Attention of a Traveller: Essays on William Bartram's Travels and Legacy, edited by Kathryn Braund (U of Alabama Press).
The APS was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin, John Bartram, and others for the purpose of “promoting useful knowledge.” Today, it sustains this mission by promoting knowledge in the sciences and humanities through research, professional meetings, publications, library resources, and community outreach. Membership of the APS "honors extraordinary accomplishments in all fields." With this high honor, Bob joins fellow past and present members such as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John James Audubon, Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Barbara McClintock, and Neil Armstrong.
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