After years of writing and editing hundreds of articles on the law, marketing and occasionally fly fishing, Sue Durrell edited The Life of William Nicholson, 1753–1815, a memoir of the enlightenment author, scientist and patent agent, originally written by his son, and republished in 2017. She has long had a passion for the Enlightenment and industrial heritage, having volunteered to work with museums early in her career, winning the 2006 Jaguar Arts and Business Award for support to the Gladstone Pottery Museum. In 2015 she launched the website www.nicholsonsjournal.com, which provides a searchable index of over 2,600 articles published in William Nicholson’s A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts between 1797 and 1813. She is also the author of the first contemporary full-length biography of William Nicholson.
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