Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences

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Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences

Note: Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (HSPS) is
undergoing a title change to better reflect the broad scope of scholarship
contained within its pages. The first issue with the new title, Historical
Studies in the Natural Sciences, will be Volume 38 No. 1 February 2008.
(NJ Editor 1 October 2008)

Content available at:

http://caliber.ucpress.net/loi/hsns

Published by the University of California Press for The Office for History
of Science and Technology, University of California

Enter the fascinating realm of Historical Studies in the Physical and
Biological Sciences (HSPS), a journal that chronicles the history of science
as it has developed since the 17th century.

HSPS is published biannually and explores a vast number of scientific
fields, social histories, and their relevant institutions, including
physics, chemistry, astronomy, meteorology, geology, biophysics, radiation
biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics. Widely regarded as
the leading journal in the historiography of science and technology, HSPS
brings you nearly 200 pages of seminal, often-cited articles, essay reviews,
and annotated bibliographies.

Be sure to catch the journal's special issues, in which themes range from
the development of physics internationally in the 20th century to the
history of national laboratories.

ISSN: 0890-9997

University of California
Office for History of Science and Technology
Editor
543 Stephens Hall # 2350
Berkeley, CA 94720-2350

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Book Review Editor
University of California
Office for History of Science and Technology
543 Stephens Hall #2350
Berkeley, CA 94720-2350

Content available by subscription. Free sample article available online.

Current Issue: September 2003 (Volume 34, Number 1)

Date: 14 July 2004

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