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Communication of scientific ideas

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Humane Professions: The Defense of Experimental Medicine, 1876–1914. (/isis/citation/CBB789019091/) unapi

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A new Editor-in-Chief. Social Studies of Science (pp. 327-329). (/isis/citation/CBB973953796/) unapi

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Dr. Chunilal Bose: a forgotten scientist and a science communicator. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 151-169). (/isis/citation/CBB022242660/) unapi

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Science Communication as a Boundary Space: An Interactive Installation about the Social Responsibility of Science. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 459-482). (/isis/citation/CBB152974027/) unapi

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Loath to Print: The Reluctant Scientific Author, 1500–1750. (/isis/citation/CBB894126119/) unapi

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Protecting Academia and Religion: Andreas Libavius’s Criticism of a General Reformation. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 34-48). (/isis/citation/CBB629444913/) unapi

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To Print or Not to Print? Preprints and Publication: How the Covid-19 Pandemic Affected the Quality of Scientific Production. Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry (pp. 5-6). (/isis/citation/CBB191535930/) unapi

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The Work of Playful Science in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB599022680/) unapi

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Atomic Bill: A Journalist's Dangerous Ambition in the Shadow of the Bomb. (/isis/citation/CBB835288037/) unapi

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The Works of Francis Bacon: A Victorian Classic in the History of Science. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 717-736). (/isis/citation/CBB801042380/) unapi

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Contemporary Darwinism as a worldview. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 68-76). (/isis/citation/CBB278005969/) unapi

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Freedom of Expression Challenged: Scientists’ Perspectives on Hidden Forms of Suppression and Self-censorship. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 1172-1200). (/isis/citation/CBB818104236/) unapi

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From Practice to Practice: Writing Academic English from/in Taiwan (Essay). East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 513-517). (/isis/citation/CBB314898310/) unapi

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Blood culture: Reimag(in)ing life at a cellular scale. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 655-676). (/isis/citation/CBB753426113/) unapi

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The Past Looks Like an Onion: The Centennial “Great Debate” Through Journalists’ Testimonies. Physics in Perspective (pp. 85-103). (/isis/citation/CBB427756897/) unapi


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