Anita Guerrini has received four National Science Foundation grants over the years and has been a grant reviewer for the NSF and other granting agencies. She gives her insights to demystify the process from her perspective, having been involved at both ends of the process.
Susan Lindee (University of Pennsylvania) delivered the 2017 George Sarton Memorial Lecture in the History and Philosophy of Science at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) this past February.
Naomi Oreskes Delivers Plenary Lecture plus the History of Science in the AAAS Exhibit Hall.
The discovery of RNA splicing (1977), a landmark in the history of molecular biology and just as important as the announcement of DNA’s structure (1953) and messenger-RNA function (1961), marks its 40th anniversary this year. The discovery poses major challenges for historians of science, as the session’s sub-title suggests, on the interaction of scientific progress, social justice, and science policy.