• (Sept. 2016) Annals of Science Student Essay Prize

    Submissions are being accepted for the Annals of Science best paper prize 2016. This prize is awarded annually to the author of an original, unpublished essay in the history of science or technology, which is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. The prize, which is supported by Taylor & Francis, is intended for those who are currently doctoral students, or have been awarded their doctorate within the past four years.
    Essays should be submitted to the Editor in a form (...)

  • (Oct. 2016) Adrian College 3 years Research Fellowship Cambridge

    Darwin College is prepared, thanks to a generous original donation from Trinity College, Cambridge, to elect a stipendiary Adrian Research Fellow, if a suitable candidate applies. Candidates should be at a relatively early stage in their research careers. The Fellowship is open to men and women from any university, irrespective of age. Candidates should have been awarded the PhD or an equivalently recognised degree, and be able to present to the electors substantial amounts of written work (...)

  • (Oct 2016) Two Post-Doctoral Researchers British Museum

    Two Post-Doctoral Researchers needed for new Leverhulme-funded project on the catalogues of Sir Hans Sloane
    The British Museum has been awarded a grant by the Leverhulme Trust to carry out a major research project investigating Sir Hans Sloaneā€™s contribution to Enlightenment information management practices (see attachment for more information on the scope of the project). The project is currently seeking two Post-Doctoral Research Assistants. Further information on the two roles can be (...)

  • (Oct. 2016) Job opportunity at the Science museum, London

    A one year maternity leave cover post in the Science Museum Research & Public History Department is opened.
    The successful applicant will gain insights into the role of research in The Science Museum Group, taking an active role in running our AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral programme, being involved in research bids, etc.
    If you have experience of collaborative doctorates, you may well be an excellent candidate for this one-year job.
    Please go to (...)

  • (nov. 2016) 7 candidates for PhD studentships

    The School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science at the University of Leeds is in a position to nominate up to 7 candidates for PhD studentships in the *White Rose College of Arts and Humanities.
    The deadline for 2017-18 entry is February 1st 2017 and details on how to apply are given below.
    Candidates should discuss their research proposals with potential PhD supervisors before submitting an application.
    Prospective applicants are encouraged to attend the Faculty of Arts, (...)

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