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Article Michael J. Barany (2024)
A Kaleidoscopic Introduction to the History of Science. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 86-88). (/isis/citation/CBB344296914/) unapi

Article Daisy Cunynghame (2023)
Discussing Patients in Private and in Print: The Records of an Eighteenth-Century Dispensary. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 75-91). (/isis/citation/CBB088329294/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2022)
Alexander Charles Stephen (1893–1966): Contributions on Scottish benthic ecology, systematics and biological recording. Archives of Natural History (pp. 41-61). (/isis/citation/CBB218322967/) unapi

Article Wendy McGlashan (2022)
John Kay’s The craft in danger (1817): Graphic satire and natural history in nineteenth-century Edinburgh. Archives of Natural History (pp. 175-188). (/isis/citation/CBB917614120/) unapi

Article Joanna Park; Louise Neilson; Andreas K. Demetriades (2022)
Hysteria, head injuries and heredity: ‘Shell-shocked’ soldiers of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Edinburgh (1914–24). Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 443-470). (/isis/citation/CBB069255429/) unapi

Article Bill Jenkins (2022)
The ‘Stronsay Beast’: Testimony, evidence and authority in early nineteenth-century natural history. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 471-494). (/isis/citation/CBB791076306/) unapi

Article M. A. Taylor; R. O’Connor; L. K. Overstreet (2021)
Dating the Publication of Hugh Miller’s The Testimony of the Rocks (1857). Archives of Natural History (pp. 310-324). (/isis/citation/CBB051706372/) unapi

Article M. A. Taylor (2021)
The unusual printing and publishing arrangements of Hugh Miller (1802–1856). Archives of Natural History (pp. 298-309). (/isis/citation/CBB717020040/) unapi

Article Alison Maidment (2021)
The Edinburgh Mathematical Laboratory and Edmund Taylor Whittaker's role in the early development of numerical analysis in Britain. Historia Mathematica (pp. 39-63). (/isis/citation/CBB992567069/) unapi

Article Peter B. Logan; Martin A. Sidor (2021)
John James Audubon's Overlooked “Great Work”: His Ornithological Biography. Archives of Natural History (pp. 157-174). (/isis/citation/CBB976769881/) unapi

Article Marelene Rayner-Canham; Geoff Rayner-Canham (2020)
Edith Pechey and Professor Crum Brown: A Key Part of the Edinburgh Seven Saga. Bulletin for the History of Chemistry (pp. 84-90). (/isis/citation/CBB471950434/) unapi

Article Bill Jenkins (2020)
Commercial Scientific Journals and Their Editors in Edinburgh, 1819–1832. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 69-81). (/isis/citation/CBB533586065/) unapi

Book Murray C. T. Simpson (2020)
Scholarly book collecting in Restoration Scotland : The library of the Rev'd James Nairn (1629-1678). (/isis/citation/CBB709983257/) unapi

Article Bill Jenkins (2020)
Race Before Darwin: Variation, Adaptation and the Natural History of Man in Post-Enlightenment Edinburgh, 1790–1835. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 333-350). (/isis/citation/CBB902634281/) unapi

Book Bill Jenkins (2019)
Evolution Before Darwin: Theories of the Transmutation of Species in Edinburgh, 1804–1834. (/isis/citation/CBB469571792/) unapi

Article Miguel García-Sancho; Dmitriy Myelnikov (2019)
Between mice and sheep: Biotechnology, agricultural science and animal models in late-twentieth century Edinburgh. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (pp. 24-33). (/isis/citation/CBB803418234/) unapi

Book Ben Martynoga (2018)
Molecular Tinkering: The Edinburgh Scientists Who Changed the Face of Modern Biology. (/isis/citation/CBB777108676/) unapi

Book Hanna Hodacs; Stéphane Van Damme; Kenneth Nyberg (2018)
Linnaeus, Natural History and the Circulation of Knowledge. (/isis/citation/CBB833759855/) unapi

Article Clare Button (2018)
James Cossar Ewart and the Origins of the Animal Breeding Research Department in Edinburgh, 1895–1920. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 445-477). (/isis/citation/CBB414991374/) unapi

Article Klaus Staubermann (2018)
Investigating Vision: Scientific Instruments as Historiographic Tools for the Understanding of the Development and Establishment of Colour, Perception and Performance Research at Edinburgh University, 1850–1950. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 88-103). (/isis/citation/CBB605108867/) unapi


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