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Mon 14 May
14:15-15:45 | 1525 - 323
Colloquium: Luis Rey
Bringing Dinosaurs Back To Life
Mon 07 May
14:15-15:45 | building 1525 - room 323
Colloquium: Martin Panusch
Reconstructing Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment
Mon 30 Apr
14:15-15:45 | building 1525- room 323
Colloquium: Julia Lajus Lajus, European University at St. Petersburg
Marine Science in Russia and Soviet studies of warming of the Arctic in 1930s and international circulation of environmental knowledge
Mon 19 Mar
14:15-15:45 | building 1525 - room 323
Colloguium: Michael Harbsmeier
On Niebuhrs Method: Scientific Instructions and Field Practice in Arabia Felix 1761-67
Mon 05 Mar
14:15-15:45 | building 1110 - room 214
Colloquium: Douglas Allchin, University of Minnesota
"Negative Knowledge"
Mon 20 Feb
14:15-15:45 | building 1110 - room 214
Colloquium: Brian Hepburn
Scientific disciplines as historically emergent 'entities'
Tue 13 Dec
11:00-17:00 | Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University
The Danish National Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science
This year’s annual conference will consist of a thematic part and an open part for papers on all topics in the history and philosophy of science. Abstracts are welcome for both parts. The thematic part is open to all, whilst the open part is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of current PhD projects.
Mon 28 Nov
14:15-16:00 | Department of Science Studies, Building 1110, room 214
How to Make sense of history
The status of predictions in the appraisal of theories

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