Posted by: bluesyemre | May 1, 2018

#Science in the making (Search, browse, transcribe, translate, feedback: 350 years of scientific publishing) by The Royal Society

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The Royal Society has been publishing scientific journals for over 350 years, in 2017 we digitised all our content from 1665-1996. Now we want to make it easier for you to discover and use material related to the Royal Society journals, to facilitate academic discussion around the History of Science, and to help you to find historical data to support your research.

We have started with a selection of items (such as peer-review, citizen science, explorations) that demonstrate the breadth of the archive so that you can see how the journals evolved. These are full-colour images, each a high quality scan of the original item held in our physical archives. Each item has descriptive information to facilitate discovery and contribute to continuing academic research.

https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/s/rs/page/welcome


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