RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology
Established in 1966
To secure and develop personal and collegial contacts between sociologists of science throughout the world; to encourage the international dissemination and exchange of information, developments and activities in the field of sociology of science; to facilitate and promote international meetings and research; to help actively individuals and organisations in countries not represented to use the Committee and its facilities.
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|President||Nadia ASHEULOVA, Institute for the History of Science & Technology of RAS, Russia, email@example.com|
|Vice-President||Alice ABREU, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Secretary||Gary BOWDEN, University of New Brunswick, Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Board Members||Matthias GROSS, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, Germany
Jaime JIMÉNEZ, IIMAS, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
Miwao MATSUMOTO, University of Tokyo, Japan
Ralph MATTHEWS, University of British Columbia, Canada
António MONIZ, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Leandro RAIZER, Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Czarina SALOMA-ALPENDONU, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Juha TUUNAINEN, University of Helsinki, Finland
Our NEWSLETTER aims to be a means of communication among RC23 members as well as people interested in S&T research in all its manifestations. It is published non-periodically according to the needs of our scientific community. In addition to news of events organized by our RC, or related to S&T themes, we include reports of past events, announcements from our membership, reports of new publications, books and paper reviews, academic contributions from our readers, lists of members that includes current interests, members' work in progress, their moves and promotions. We hope the NEWSLETTER becomes an effective tool for interaction among us that truly helps the enhancement of our academic life.
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