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  The history of science, pure and applied, in Australia and the southwest Pacific
 
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Historical Records of Australian Science records the history of science, pure and applied, in Australia and the southwest Pacific. More

Editors: Sara Maroske and Ian Rae

 
 
 

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Volume 26 Number 2 2015

 
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Table of Contents 
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Ralph Tate, his Natural History Museum at the University of Adelaide and the ‘Tate Museum' 
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Barbara Kidman
pp. 101-121
 
  
 

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The Australian Science Centre Movement 1980–2000: Part 1—Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre 
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Chris Bryant , Mike Gore and Sue Stocklmayer
pp. 122-132
 
  
 

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The Australian Science Centre Movement 1980–2000: Part 2—Science Centres in the States 
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Chris Bryant , Mike Gore and Sue Stocklmayer
pp. 133-149
 
  
 

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General Relativity in Australian Newspapers: The 1919 and 1922 Solar Eclipse Expeditions 
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Keith John Treschman
pp. 150-163
 
  
 

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Gordon Leslie Ada 1922–2012 
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Gustav Nossal and Christopher Parish
pp. 164-178
 
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Bruce Godfrey Hyde 1925–2014 
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Ray Withers , Jeffrey Sellar , Michael O'Keeffe and Stephen Hyde
pp. 179-191
 
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Norman Alan Walker 1929–2013 
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Andrew Smith and Mary Beilby
pp. 192-205
 
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Reviews 
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Compiled by Peter Hobbins
pp. 206-220
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Annual Author Index 
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pp. ii-ii
 
 

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1. Published 4 May 2015
The Lapérouse Expedition and Geomagnetism: The Unexpected Discovery of Lamanon’s ‘Lost’ Letter and Ledru’s Instructions

Doug Morrison and Ivan Barko

2. Published 4 May 2015
The Science and Industry Endowment Fund: Supporting the Development of Australian Science

Susan Smith and Thomas H. Spurling

3. Published 4 May 2015
Sugar in Mid-twentieth-century Australia: A Bittersweet Tale of Behaviour, Economics, Politics and Dental Health

H. F. Akers, M. A. Foley, P. J. Ford and L. P. Ryan

4. Published 11 November 2014
Makings of Icons: Alan Newsome, the Red Kangaroo and the Dingo

Thomas M. Newsome

5. Published 11 November 2014
How the Desert got a Past: A History of Quaternary Research in Australia’s Deserts

Mike Smith

6. Published 4 May 2015
How Astronomers Focused the Scope of their Discussions: The Formation of the Astronomical Society of Australia

Nick Lomb

7. Published 13 November 2015
Ralph Tate, his Natural History Museum at the University of Adelaide and the ‘Tate Museum'

Barbara Kidman

8. Published 4 May 2015
Stephen John Angyal 1914–2012

John D. Stevens

9. Published 11 November 2014
Putting Science in its Place: The Role of Sandringham Station in Fostering Arid Zone Science in Australia

Christopher R. Dickman and Libby Robin

10. Published 13 November 2015
The Australian Science Centre Movement 1980–2000: Part 1—Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre

Chris Bryant, Mike Gore and Sue Stocklmayer

11. Published 5 May 2014
What’s Happening to the Weather? Australian Climate, H. C. Russell, and the Theory of a Nineteen-Year Cycle

Julia Miller

12. Published 11 November 2014
Lizards of the Australian Deserts: Uncovering an Extraordinary Ecological Story

S. R. Morton and A. J. Emmott

13. Published 5 May 2014
Ferdinand Mueller’s Alpine Itinerary

R. W. Home

14. Published 13 November 2015
Bruce Godfrey Hyde 1925–2014

Ray Withers, Jeffrey Sellar, Michael O'Keeffe and Stephen Hyde

15. Published 13 November 2015
The Australian Science Centre Movement 1980–2000: Part 2—Science Centres in the States

Chris Bryant, Mike Gore and Sue Stocklmayer

16. Published 4 May 2015
Bibliography of the History of Australian Science, No. 35, 2014

Compiled by Helen M. Cohn

17. Published 13 November 2015
Norman Alan Walker 1929–2013

Andrew Smith and Mary Beilby

18. Published 13 November 2015
Gordon Leslie Ada 1922–2012

Gustav Nossal and Christopher Parish

19. Published 11 November 2014
State, Scientists and Citizens: Conserving Lake Magenta and Dragon Rocks, Western Australia

Andrea Gaynor

20. Published 5 May 2014
From Science to Heritage: the History of a Wood Collection

John Dargavel, Philip D. Evans and Gordon Dadswell


      
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