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Ellen Embleton considers how the Royal Society Picture Library can highlight the contributions of enslaved and indigenous peoples to fields such as…

Nobel ambitions

Jon Bushell looks at the Nobel Prize certificates in the archives of the Royal Society.

Science in history

Ahead of the Royal Society Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Lecture on 26 November, Rupert Baker looks at the history of the WBM Medal and Lecture and its…

Digging for Dorothea

Virginia Mills finds out about the life and work of palaeontologist Dorothea Bate, and the perseverance required to unearth the fossil remains of…

The art of the printscape

Louisiane Ferlier has co-edited a new volume on the history of books: 'Forms, Formats and the Circulation of Knowledge: British Printscape’s…

Unsung heroes in nursing and care homes

Royal Society Open Science has published the first epidemiological study on anxiety and post-traumatic symptomatology in nursing and care home workers…

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