The October HPS&ST Note is now available on the web at: http://www.hpsst.com/hpsst-note.html
This month’s contents include the following:
- Royal Society, Notes and Records Gratis Papers
- University College London, Downloadable Open-Access Book
- Rounded Globe, Downloadable Open-Access Books
- RISE Special Issue: Epistemic Insight – teaching and learning about the nature of science in real world and multidisciplinary arenas
- Postdoctoral position, Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University
- Gratis MOOC Course: ‘Humphry Davy: Laughing gas, literature and the lamp‘
- Opinion Page:
- Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
- Recent HPS&ST Related Books
- Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences
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