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Review of "Through A Distant Mirror Darkly", by Mark Lord. SF Site 2014

I read Tim Severin’s The Brendan Voyage over the last few days – a wonderful adventure story and a stirring depiction of how medieval technology was adapted to the conditions it faced. 658 more words

Objects from The Information Age

With research and teaching plans tumbling around my head, I visited the Science Museum yesterday to pick through the Information Age Gallery in the company of… 428 more words


1995: The Revolutionary Year in Technology

in April 1995 the NSFNET was retired and the United States Government no longer funded internet with public money.

In 1995 Microsoft released Windows 95. The programming language Java was introduced in 1995 as well. 91 more words


Japanese fishing for tuna in the Indian Ocean, 1956

One of the great things about doing research are the little aha! moments that come when you find something interesting–in this case, a clipping from a 1956 article in… 148 more words

Pacific Fishing History Project

HSTM Conference Handbook

Only one week to go until the 2015 HSTM Network Ireland Conference!

Take a look at the lineup:

Conference handbook Final

History Of Medicine

Last Day to pre-register for the HSTM Network Ireland Conference!

History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Network Ireland Inaugural Conference

Maynooth University

13-14 November 2015

Supported by the Irish Research Council New Foundations scheme

Organised by: HSTM Network Ireland… 682 more words

History Of Medicine

The further, further adventures of the R/V Oregon

By Kirk Pellegrin, Oct. 27, 2015

My father, Gilmore “Butch” Pellegrin Jr., is a fisheries biologist with NOAA/NMFS at the Pascagoula, Mississippi lab and started work there July 1974.  207 more words

Pacific Fishing History Project