Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.
The Bubble Chamber is a blog written by historians and philosophers of science for discussing contemporary issues of science and society through the lens of historical context and critical analysis.
Founded by the University of Toronto's Science Policy Working Group, The Bubble Chamber is a forum for those interested in a critical assessment of science in society and the development, regulation, and trajectory of science.
Top Posts & Pages
- Can We Trust <I>Wikipedia</I>?
- Contact Us
- Roy Sorensen & Michael Weisberg on Idealization in Science
- HPS could be the Corpus Callosum of the academy
- Susan Haack on Scientism and its Discontents
- Science and Ethics: The Basics
- Weekly Roundup
- Review: The Scientiﬁc Life by Steven Shapin: A Moral History of a Late Modern Vocation
- @elouson --- seems like you might have thoughts on @Cmdr_Hadfield 's social media exploits as scientific documentary? 6 days ago
- RT @elouson: New @BblChamber weekly roundup all about @Cmdr_Hadfield and the ISS thebubblechamber.org/2013/05/weekly… 6 days ago
- RT @ByRebeccaBowe: Transcribing my interview w author @davidgraeber. A gem: "The more obviously your work benefits other human beings, the … 3 weeks ago
- RT @elouson: New @BblChamber Weekly Roundup! A doodle, mandatory sci fi, some occasional drinking, and two controversial papers http://t.co… 3 weeks ago
- @Publons @elouson I was thinking about something like this the other day. @ReplyCollective does it well. Worth considering for SponGe... 1 month ago