Tech HistoryWorks was formed in September 2016 as an alliance between Science History Consultants and The Levine Media Group.
Arnold Thackray established Science History Consultants (SHC) in 1985, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For over thirty years, SHC has conducted historical research, published biographies, memoirs, and corporate histories, and provided a variety of heritage preservation services to clients in science-based industries. Today, the firm has offices in London, UK, the San Francisco Bay Area, and North Carolina's Research Triangle.
The Levine Media Group is a strategic communications firm established by Daniel S. Levine in 2013 to serve public, private, and non-profit organizations in the life sciences industry. Working closely with partners and a network of experienced writers, editors, researchers, and graphic designers, the Levine Media Group produces a wide range of content including editorials, white papers, research reports, strategic plans and analyses, and recurring publications in virtually any format, from print and digital publication to audio and video webcasts.
Arnold Thackray, PhD, Senior Consultant
Mark Jones, PhD, Managing Partner
Arnold Thackray, PhD, is an award-winning historian, and founder of the Chemical Heritage Foundation (the world's largest non-profit devoted to the history of high tech) and the Life Sciences Foundation. Dr. Thackray has served on the faculties of Cambridge University, Harvard University, and the University of Pennsylvania, and as editor-in-chief of the History of Science Society (the leading global organization in its field.)
Mark Jones holds a PhD in history, philosophy, and social studies of science from the University of California, San Diego. He is the former director of research at the Life Sciences Foundation and executive editor of LSF Magazine. He has served in numerous academic posts, and is completing the definitive account of the origins of the biotechnology industry, entitled Translating Life, for Harvard University Press.
Richard Ulrych has extensive experience on heritage projects around the globe. He is adept in producing oral histories, exhibits, symposia, and television content that highlights the contributions of the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, analytical instruments and electronics industries both in the United States and abroad. He has enabled numerous biographies and monographs on leading industrialists.
Daniel S. Levine is an award-winning business journalist with more than twenty-five years of experience reporting on commercial, economic, and policy issues in the life sciences and various high tech industries. He is host of The Bio Report and RARECast podcasts, a senior fellow at the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, and a member of the advisory board of BioCalifornia.
Rachel Jones is an internationally recognized researcher, writer and editor. She has been a journalist for London’s Guardian and Independent newspapers, and worked for HRH The Prince of Wales and the British Council. Her book on entrepreneurs included an introduction by Sir Richard Branson; she is co-author of Moore’s Law (Basic Books), the authorized biography of Intel founder Gordon Moore. Rachel has a master’s degree in creative writing.