The Encyclopedia of Science
by David Darling
The Encyclopedia of Science is an on-line A-to-Z of science. The goal is to provide a comprehensive source of information covering all aspects of contemporary science, mathematics, and technology, including historical data and biographies.
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by Mario Biagioli, Alexandra Lippman - The MIT Press
The book examines how the increasing reliance on metrics to evaluate scholarly publications has produced new forms of academic fraud and misconduct. The contributors show that the metrics-based 'audit culture' has changed the ecology of research.
- National Academies Press
The book offers a research agenda for science communicators and researchers seeking to apply this research and fill gaps in knowledge about how to communicate effectively about science, focusing on issues that are contentious in the public sphere.
by Isabelle F. Peschard, Bas C. Fraassen - University of Minnesota Press
This volume offers a multifaceted view on experiments as designed in interaction with the modeling process. Highlighting the mediating role of models and the model-dependence of measurement, it proposes a conceptual innovation in scientific modeling.
by Brian Kennett - ANU Press
This work is based on extensive research experiences and is designed to provide an introduction to planning and managing scientific research for the beginning researcher. The aim is to build an understanding of the nature of scientific research...