V (2014) being completed
V IV (2013)
V III (2012)
V I&II (2005-11)
Helen Gavaghan at the British Library
2014Picture credit: Steve Burrows
Science, People & Politicsa scientically literate humanities quarterly
April - June, 2015
January - March 2015. In planning (late).
October - December 2014 (iss 4).
Item one published
Exploring economic backdrop to international relations among UK, US, Argentina and Chile in 1950sas context for IGY-1957/58 in Antarctica
with pre WWI historical appendix
July - September 2014 (iss 3), canceled.
April - June issue 2014, canceled
January-March 2014ARCTIC FUTURES
OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2013
Ecojustice and biosecurity
PROMOTION: ALL-AMERICAN HISTORY OF ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES
EditorHelen GavaghanBSc (Hons)
Deputy editorMartin RedfernBSc (Hons)
MAGAZINE EDITORIAL ADVISORS
Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Cynan Ellis-Evans BSc (hons) Ph.D, (science & policy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography/environment), Martin Redfern BSc (hons) (general).
16th July, 2015
Future of Forensic Science
AUTHORS' NOTES |
SCIENCE, PEOPLE & POLITICS CONTINUES TO STRIVE TO GET BACK ON SCHEDULE
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