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The World of Worm: Physician, Professor, Antiquarian, and Collector, 1588-1654. (/isis/citation/CBB273767138/) unapi

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“Even in the most insignificant publication, there must be plan and order”: On natural history as a theme and genre in Danish-Norwegian parish topographies of the late eighte enth century. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100776). (/isis/citation/CBB495192498/) unapi

Article Signe Lindgård Andersen (2021)
Making Fast-Track Surgery Transportable: Sino-Danish Travel Work. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 333-353). (/isis/citation/CBB018270667/) unapi

Article Stephan Schwarz (2021)
The Occupation of Niels Bohr’s Institute: December 6, 1943–February 3, 1944. Physics in Perspective (pp. 49-82). (/isis/citation/CBB332875269/) unapi

Article June Barrow-Green (2021)
“Knowledge gained by experience”: Olaus Henrici—engineer, geometer and maker of mathematical models. Historia Mathematica (pp. 41-76). (/isis/citation/CBB299426198/) unapi

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‘My insanity in the year 1783’, by C.S. Andresen (1801). History of Psychiatry (pp. 495-510). (/isis/citation/CBB296326403/) unapi

Article Kasper Schiølin (August 2020)
Revolutionary dreams: Future essentialism and the sociotechnical imaginary of the fourth industrial revolution in Denmark. Social Studies of Science (pp. 542-566). (/isis/citation/CBB481449964/) unapi

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The Perceived Impact of Eight Systemic Factors on Scientific Capital Accumulation. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (pp. 163-185). (/isis/citation/CBB340797550/) unapi

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Libertas Philosophandi and Natural Law in Early Eighteenth-Century Denmark-Norway. Intellectual History Review (pp. 209-231). (/isis/citation/CBB029014718/) unapi

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Article Anne Hagen Berg; Stuart S. Blume (2020)
Reasonable Grounds? The Delayed Introduction of MMR Vaccine in Denmark and the Netherlands, 1977–87. Medical History (pp. 355-373). (/isis/citation/CBB482754558/) unapi

Book Astrid Mignon Kirchhof (2020)
Pathways into and out of nuclear power in Western Europe: Austria, Denmark, Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and Sweden. (/isis/citation/CBB777198926/) unapi

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Syntheticising Scandinavia: The Introduction of Synthetic Pesticides to Scandinavian Gardens, 1945-1952. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 113-159). (/isis/citation/CBB221032786/) unapi

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Data as promise: Reconfiguring Danish public health through personalized medicine. Social Studies of Science (pp. 531-555). (/isis/citation/CBB486735939/) unapi

Article Marklund, Andreas (July 2019)
Trawling the Wires: Mass Surveillance of Border-crossing Communication in Denmark during World War II. Technology and Culture (pp. 770-794). (/isis/citation/CBB446363793/) unapi

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Exploring the Dialogical Space of Hybrid Forums: The “Predictably Unpredictable” Case of Radioactive Waste Management in Denmark, 2003-2018. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society (pp. 4-18). (/isis/citation/CBB878608684/) unapi

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Degeneration, Protestantism, and Social Democracy: The Case of Alcoholism and “Illiberal” Policies and Practices in Denmark 1900–43. Social Science History (pp. 87-111). (/isis/citation/CBB831518679/) unapi

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