Inventing Europe’s unique exploratory environment has been developed and coordinated by the Foundation for the History of Technology in collaboration with eleven cultural heritage partners, and supported by our sponsors.
The Foundation for the History of Technology seeks to develop and communicate knowledge that increases our understanding of the critical role that technology plays in the history of the modern world. Established in 1988, the Foundation initiates and supports scholarly research in the history of technology. This includes large-scale national and international research programs, as well as numerous individual projects, many of which are in collaboration with Eindhoven University of Technology. The Foundation also coordinates Tensions of Europe (ToE), an international research network of more than 250 scientists from across Europe and the United States who are studying the role of technology as an agent of change in European history.
Project Development Team
Rien Buisman, Alan Outten
Slawomir Lotysz, Anne-Mirthe Dieudonné
Alexander Badenoch, Margaret Gold, Brian Fuchs
Jan Korsten, Sonja Beekers
Jiří Janáč (Canal Shipping) and Faidra Papanelopoulou (Home Economics)
Helmuth Trischler/Ludwig Schletzbaum
The Science Museum London
Norsk Teknisk Museum