SCIENCE, PEOPLE & POLITICS
ISSN: 1751-598x (online)

A SCIENTIFICALLY LITERATE HUMANITIES QUARTERLY, AIMED AT SCIENTISTS AND POLITICIANS INTERNATIONALLY

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VOLUME: VIII (2017)

VOLUME: VII (2016)

VOLUME: VI (2015) | V (2014) | VIV (2013) | VIII (2012) | VI and II (2005 to 2011)


AUTHOR INDEXES: VIII (2017)

AUTHOR INDEXES: VII (2016)

AUTHOR INDEXES: VI (2015) | V (2014) | VIV (2013) | VIII (2012) | VI and II (2005 to 2011)


ISSUES: V VIII (2017)

ISSUES: V VII (2016)

ISSUES: V III to IV (2012 - 2015)

ISSUES: V II (2009-2011)

ISSUES: V I (2005-2008)


Editor: Helen Gavaghan. BSc (hons). University of Leeds, 1980.
Current and former editorial advisors, and deputy editor - Martin Redfern, BSc (hons).

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Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Dr Ferdinando Patat (astronomy, deep space observing, science concepts and research communications), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography/environment and occasional special advisor), Martin Redfern BSc (hons) (general).

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