In June, the ScienceHumanities team were wonderfully hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin for a Studientag on Literature and the History of Science.

Covering topics from Romanticism to cybernetics, it was fascinating for the team to engage with a range of different research projects from across Germany.

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The team went straight on to Paris to deliver a plenary panel on transdisciplinary approaches to working across the humanities and sciences at the 3rd International Conference of the Commission on Science and Literature.

The event was held at the newly mergedĀ Paris-Sorbonne and Pierre and Marie Curie Universities, an institutional development which itself opens new avenues for studying the humanities and the sciences in innovative ways.

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