NZ scientific heritage special issue - Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand

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05/06/17 09:36:25PM
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The following announcement comes from The Royal Society of New Zealand online newsletter, Alert , No. 955, 1st June 2017: 

Special issue available for free online | Finding New Zealand’s scientific heritage: Science in the 20th Century


A new special issue has been published in the Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand , edited by Rebecca Priestley and Simon Nathan . Finding New Zealand’s scientific heritage: Science in the 20th Century is free to read online until the end of October.

Introduction: The lessons of history for the future of science
Rebecca Priestley & Simon Nathan

Finding Matilda: deconstructing women’s invisibility in Finding New Zealand’s Scientific Heritage
Kate Hannah

Sydney Street West: a first place for science in Wellington
APW Hodder & C Hodder

Assembling meteorology: balloons, leaking gas, and colonial relations in the making of new atmospheres
M. Henry

On tap or on top? Scientists and the control of research in the New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 1926–1974
Ross Galbreath

Service to science: history of the New Zealand Association of Scientists
G. Gregory

Mr ‘Explorer’ Douglas and the giant geological map of South Westland
Simon Nathan

Four Mile man: a short note on the life of Richard (Dick) Wright Willett
Keith Willett

Rocks, radio and radar: Elizabeth Alexander and the DSIR Radio Development Laboratory, 1942–1945
Mary Harris

DSIR’s Industrial Psychology Division 1942–1954
John Hearnshaw

The golden dawn of New Zealand oceanography
Keith Lewis

Beatrice Hill Tinsley: breaking through the glass ceiling
Josephine C. Reid