I recently stumbled upon Kragh's Dirac: A Scientific Biography, and got a lot out of it. Usually, biographies of famous scientists are geared toward a general audience, and are hence light on details...but the "scientific biography" is a survey of the subject's scientific work, with little or no attemtion to personal details. So, I've been looking for more similar scientific biographies. Amazon was good enough to recommend the recent Poincare sci-bio by Gray, which also fits the mold perfectly...but aside from those two, I've only found one other: Enz's "No Time to be Brief", about Pauli. Am I just using the wrong search term? The fact that these books all use the term "scientific biography" led me to believe it was an established genre, but I cannot find any other exemplars using that label. So, any suggestions? They don't have to be career-spanning (the "Einstein's Miraculous Year", with its intro by Penrose, would fit my definition), or even limited to a single scientist (the frame-setting essays in Hawking math & QM collections, Miller's Early QED, and Van Der Waerden's Sources of QM are all good too).