European Pysical Society

Created: 5 October 2016
Updated: 16 May 2024


  1. D. Banabic, History of Romanian Technology and Industry, Volume 1: Mechanics, Processing Techniques and Construction, Volume 2, Electrical Engineering, Energetics, Transport and Technology Education, book series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 44-45 (2024)

  2. C. Bracco, When Albert became Einstein, Sciences et Histoire, EDP (2017, 2024)

  3. R. Coelho, What Is Energy? An Answer Based on the Evolution of a Concept, History of Physics Book Series, Springer (2024)

  4. J. Ginoux, Poincar, Einstein and the Discovery of Special Relativity, An End to the Controversy, History of Physics Book Series, Springer (2024)

  5. T. Koetsier, A History of Kinematics from Zeno to Einstein, On the Role of Motion in the Development of Mathematics, book series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 46 (2024)

  6. H. Kragh, The Names of Science: Terminology and Language in the History of the Natural Sciences, Oxford University Press, USA (2024) 352 p

  7. S. Linguerri, R. Simili, Albert Einstein - Italian Memories, The Bologna Lectures and Other Events, History of Physics Book Series, Springer (2024)

  8. T. Moser, E. Robinson, Walking with Christiaan Huygens, 'From Archimedes' Influence to Unsung Contributions in Modern Science, History of Physics Book Series, Springer (2024)

  9. R. Pisano (ed), A History of Physics, Phenomena, Ideas and Mechanisms. Essays in Honor of Salvo D'Agostino, book series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 42, Springer (2024)

  10. J. Tijmen, A. Enders, Walking with Christiaan Huygens, From Archimedes' Influence to Unsung Contributions in Modern Science, Springer (2024)


  1. G. Botteri, R. Casazza, The Astronomical System of Aristotle, Leiden, The Netherlands (2023)

  2. F. Evangelisti, The Concept of Matter, A Journey from Antiquity to Quantum Physics, Springer (2023)

  3. E. Gillin, The instruments of expeditionary science and the reworking of nineteenth-century magnetic experiment, Royal Society (2023)

  4. J. Harmon, A. Gross, The Many Voices of Modern Physics: Written Communication Practices of Key Discoveries, Pittsburg, University Press (2023)

  5. D. Hoffmann (Ed), Operation Epsilon : die Farm-Hall-Protokolle : erstmals vollstndig, ergnzt um zeitgenssische Briefe und weitere Dokumente der 1945 in England internierten deutschen Atomforscher, Diepholz, Berlin (2023)

  6. J. Holmes, C. Gamez-Perez (Guest Editors), Interfaces, Studies in Science and Literature, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Volume 48, Issue 3 (2023)

  7. L. Lam, Introduction to Histophysics: Physics of History, San Jose University (2023)

  8. R. Lpez-Garca, M. Ceccarelli, Distinguished Figures in Mechanical Engineering in Spain and Ibero-America, book series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 43 (2023)

  9. R. Pisano, J. Dhombres, P. Radelet de Grave, P. Bussotti, Homage to Evangelista Torricellis Opera Geometrica 16442024. Text, Transcription, Commentaries and Selected Essays as New Historical Insights, Springer (2023)

  10. R. Pisano, P. Bussotti, Newton Geneva Edition International Symposium Newton and Newtons Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica ([1739-1742] 1822), 22-23 September 2023, University of Oxford, UK

  11. L. Veguillas, The Lesser-Known Albert Einstein, Without a Trace of Relativity, Springer (2023)

  12. G. Vlahakis, Ch. Harry, A. Loukaki, A. Wilks, M. Roman, R. Hagengruber, E. Lampropoulou, N. Fernandez, J. Muller, I. Day, A. Reichenberger, E. Chordaki, Exploring the Contributions of Women in the History of Philosophy, Science, and Literature, Throughout Time, Springer (2023)

  13. A. De Witt, K. Sheppard, K. (Eds.), The Correspondence of John Tyndall, March 1871-May 1872 (Volume 12) Pittsburg, University Press (2023)


  1. A. Assis, Traducao Comentada das Principais Obras de Coulomb sobre Eletricidade e Magnetismo, Apeiron, Montreal (2022)

  2. M. Beretta, P. Bernni, The Arsenal of EighteenthCentury Chemistry: The Laboratories of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794), Brill Publishers (2022)

  3. M. Ceccarelli, R. Lpez-Garcia (eds), Explorations in the History and Heritage of Machines and Mechanisms, proceedings, 7th International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms, Book Series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 40 (2922)

  4. O. Darrigol, Relativity principles and theories from Gaileo to Einstein, Oxford University Press (2022).

  5. M. Eckert, Turbulencean Odyssey, Origins and Evolution of a Research Field at the Interface of Science and Engineering, Springer (2022)

  6. L. Gariboldi, L. Bonolis, A. Testa, The Milan Institute of Physics, A Research Institute from Fascism to the Reconstruction, Springer (2022)

  7. M. D. Gordin, Einstein in Bohemia, Princeton, New Jersy, Princeton University Press (2022)

  8. C. Luthy, E. Nicoli (Eds.) Atoms, Corpuscles and Minima in the Renaissance, Leiden: Brill (2022)

  9. D. Musielak, Leonhard Euler and the Foundations of Celestial Mechanics, Springer (2022)

  10. V. Trimble, D. Weintraub (eds), The Sky Is for Everyone Women Astronomers in Their Own Words, Princeton University Press (2022)

  1. M. Adamson, R. Lally, Global Perspectives on Science Diplomacy, Centaurus Special Issue 63(1) p. 231 (2021)

  2. A. De Angelis, Galileo Galileis Two New Sciences for Modern Readers, Springer (2021)

  3. M. Chaichian, H. Perez Rojas, A. Tureanu, Basic Concepts in Physics, Springer (2021)

  4. J. Heilbron, The Ghost of Galileo: In a forgotten painting from the English Civil War. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (2021)

  5. C. Helrich, The Quantum Theory - Origins and Ideas, A Historical Primer for Physics Students, Springer (2021)

  6. D. Hoffmann, J. Kaasch, M. Kaasch (Eds), Vortrage und Abhandlungen zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Halle, Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina (2021)

  7. B. Hunt, Imperial Science: Cable Telegraphy and Electrical Physics in the Victorian British Empire, Cambridge University Press (2021)

  8. H. Gupta, Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics (1989, 2011, 2021)

  9. B. Jacrot, Neutrons for Science (2021)

  10. H. Kragh, Between the Earth and the Heavens: Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte Ltd. (2021) 396 p.

  11. H. Kragh, The pope of condensed matter physics, A Mind Over Matter: Philip Anderson and the Physics of the Very Many. Zangwill, A. (red.). Oxford University Press, 4 s. (Metascience) (2021)

  12. Jose-Philippe Perez, La pensee en physique (2021)

  13. R. Pisano, J. Coopersmith, M. Peacke, Essay on Machines in General (1786), Text, Translations and Commentaries, Lazare Carnot's Mechanics, Vol. 1. Springer (2021)

  14. R. Pisano, J. Coopersmith, M. Peake, Lazare Carnots Manuscripts and Documents (2021)

  15. B. Reed, The physics of the Manhattan Project, New York, Springer, Nature Switzerland AG (2021)

  16. T. Shioyama, Newton, Faraday, Einstein, From Classical Physics to Modern Physics (2021) 188 p.

  17. Ch. Talbot, O. Pattison, Boris Hessen: Physics and Philosophy in the Soviet Union, 19271931, Neglected Debates on Emergence and Reduction, Springer (2021)

  18. A. Zangwill, A Mind Over Matter: Philip Anderson and the Physics of the Very Many, Oxford University Press (2021)


  1. J. Audouze, M. Menu, C. Subran, Lumieres(2020)

  2. A. Blum, R. Lally, J. Renn, The Renaissance of General Relativity in Context, Birkhouser (2020) p. 406

  3. E. Delli, E. Nicolaidis (eds), Cosmogonie, cosmologie, hexamron, Almagest, 11-1, May (2020)

  4. H. Goenner, G. Castagnetti, Establishing Quantum Physics in Berlin, Springer (2020)

  5. C. Forstner, M. Walker (Eds), Biographies in the History of Physics, Springer (2020)

  6. D. Hoffmann, Gustav Magnus und sein Haus, Diepholz, Berlin (2020)

  7. J. Lequeux, Hippolyte Fizeau Physicist of the light (2020)

  8. J. Mussell, G. Gooday (Eds), A Pioneer of Connection: Recovering the Life and Work of Oliver Lodge, University of Pittsburgh Press (2020)

  9. J. Ovalle, R. Casadio, Beyond Einstein Gravity. The Minimal Geometric Deformation Approach in the Brane-World, Springer (2020)

  10. P. Peebles, Cosmologys century: An inside history of our modern understanding of the universe, Princeton University Press (2020)

  1. EPS Historic Sites (2019)

  2. A. Blum, Heisenbergs 1958 Weltformel and the roots of post-empirical physics, Springer (2019)

  3. D. Bonneau, Mieux voir les etoiles (2019)

  4. R. Calinger, K. Denisova, E. Polyakhova, Leonhard Euler's Letters to a German Princess, A milestone in the history of physics textbooks and more, Morgan and Claypool Publishers (2019)

  5. D. Channell, The Rise of Engineering Science, How Technology Became Scientific, Book Series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science (2019)

  6. E. Eklund, Secularity and Science (2019)

  7. M. Finocchiaro, Galileos Legacy: Avoiding the Myths and Muddles (2019)

  8. J. Heilbron, Niels Bohr: A very short introduction, Oxford University Press (2019)

  9. D. Kennefick, The Problem of Scientific Bias: The 1919 Astronomical Confirmation of Einsteins Theory (2019)

  10. H. Kragh, M. Longair (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Modern Cosmology. Oxford University Press (2019)

  11. R. Iliffe, Priest of Nature: The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton, Oxford (2019)

  12. D. Kennefick, No Shadow of a Doubt, Princeton University Press (2019)

  13. P. van der Kruit, Jan Hendrik Oort: Master of the Galactic System, Springer (2019)

  14. F. Lambert, F. Berends, Vous avez dit: sabbat de sorcires? (2019)

  15. J. Marra, Hot Carbon: Carbon-14 and a Revolution in Science, New York, Columbia University Press. (2019)

  16. L. Sykes, Plate Tectonics and Great Earthquakes: 50 Years of Earth-Shaking Events, New York, NY: Columbia University Press (2019)

  17. J. Ungureanu, Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition University of Pittsburgh Press (2019)

  1. G. Angilella, Many-body approaches at different scales: a tribute to Norman H. March on the occasion of his 90th birthday, Springer (2018)

  2. A. Assis, The Experimental and Historical Foundations of Electricity, vol. 2, Apeiron, Montreal (2018)

  3. J. Baars, H. Karcher, Radio Telescope Reflectors, Historical Development of Design and Construction, Springer (2018)

  4. K. Boer, U. Pohl, Semiconductor Physics, Springer (2018)

  5. A. Blum, R. Lalli, J. Renn, Gravitational waves and the long relativity revolution. Nature Astronomy, 2(7) 534-543 (2018)

  6. O. Darrigol, Atoms, Mechanics, and Probability. Ludwig Boltzmann's Statistico-Mechanical Writings An Exegesis, Oxford University Press (2018)

  7. H. Gaab, P. Leich (Eds.), Simon Marius and His Research, Springer (2018)

  8. D. Cahan, Helmholtz, Chicago (2018)

  9. H. Ekerholm, K. Grandin, Ch. Nordlund. P. Schell (eds), Understanding Field Science Institutions, Sagamore Beach, MA (2018)

  10. G. Erdmann, Raum, Gott, Gravitation, Verlag (2018)

  11. Y. Frumer, Making Time, Astronomical time measurement in Tokugawa Japan, Chicago (2018)

  12. F. Guerra, N. Robotti, The Lost Notebook of Enrico Fermi: The True Story of the Discovery of Neutron-Induced Radioactivity, Springer (2018)

  13. N. Guicciardini, Isaac Newton and Natural Phylosophy, Chicago (2018)

  14. J. Heilbron, The History of Physics: A very short introduction, Oxford University Press (2018)

  15. K. Hentschel, Photons: The history and mental models of light quanta, Cham, Springer (2018)

  16. J. Karnfelt, K. Grandin, S. Julich (eds.), Knowledge in Motion: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and the Making of Modern Society, Stockholm (2018)

  17. R. Meer, Der transzendentale Grundsatz der Vernunft. Funktion und Struktur des Anhangs zur Transzendentalen Dialektik der Kritik der reinen Vernunft (2018)

  18. J. Navarro, Ether and Modernity, Oxford University Press (2018)

  19. E. Nicolaidis (ed.), Greek Alchemy from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity, De diversis artibus 66, collection de travaux de l'Acadmie internationale d'histoire des sciences, Turnhout, Brepols (2018)

  20. C. O Raifeartaigh, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, History of Science in Schools (2018)

  21. L. Reinders, The Life, Science and Times of Lev Vasilevich Shubnikov Pioneer of Soviet Cryogenics, Springer (2018)

  22. B. Souchard, L'energie d'Aristote Einstein (2018)

  1. J. Bennett, Navigation: a very short introduction, Oxford University Press (2017)

  2. C. Bracco, Quand Albert devient Einstein, CNRS (2017, 2024)

  3. P. Fara, A Lab of One's Own: Science and Suffrage in the First World War, Oxford University Press (2017)

  4. B. Friedrich, D. Hoffmann, J. Renn, F. Schmaltz, M. Wolf (Eds.), One hundred years of chemical warfare: research, deployment, consequences, Springer International Publishing, Heidelberg (2017)

  5. Italian Physical Society 120 years and beyond (2017)

  6. R. Lally, Building the General Relativity and Gravitation Community during the Cold War, Springer (2017) p. 167

  7. R Mosenbacher, Apperzeption und Urteil Analysen zum 19 der Transzendentalen Analytik (2017)

  8. J. Navarro Loidi, Newton and the Spanish artillerymen, in: Reading Newton in early modern Europe Boran, Elizabethanne and Feingold, Mordechai (ed.), Leiden, Boston ed. Brill, p. 64-88 (2017)

  9. E. Nicolaidis, A. Jones, A portable Cosmos. Revealing the Antikythera Mechanism, Scientific Wonder of the Ancient World, Oxford: Oxford UP, 228 pages (2017) Almagest, 8-1 (2017), p. 133-137.

  10. E. Nicolaidis, Jian-Liang Lin, Hong-Sen Yan. Decoding the Mechanisms of Antikythera Astronomical Device, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, ISIS, 108-1 (2017)

  11. R. Pisano, J. Agassi, D. Drozdova (eds), Hypotheses and Perspectives in the History and Philosophy of Science. Homage to Alexandre Koyre 1892-1964, Springer (2017)

  12. R. Pisano, M. Fichant, P. Bussotti, A. Oliveira (eds), The Dialogue between Sciences, Philosophy and Engineering. New Historical and Epistemological Insights. Homage to Gottfried W. Leibniz 1646-1716, London College Publications (2017)

  13. R. Pisano, P. Bussotti, E. Scerri, Un racconto di Sette Elementi [an Italian commented translation of: A Tale of Seven Elements, Oxford University Press, 2013 by Eric Scerri] (2017)

  14. W. Rankin, Newton en images (2017)

  15. E. Santo-Tomas, The Refracted Muse, Literature and optics in Early Modern Spain, Chicago (2017)

  16. C. Talbot, David Bohm: Causality and Chance, Letters to Three Women, Springer (2017)

  1. E. Finch, Three Centuries of Physics in Trinity College Dublin, Living Edition (2016)

  2. K. Hentschel, Forschungstechnologien und Wissenschaftspolitik in der Biografie des Physikers Max Steenbeck (1904-1981), Jena (2016)

  3. R. Iliffe, G. Smith (eds), The Cambridge companion to Newton, 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press (2016)

  4. H. Kragh, Varying Gravity Diracs Legacy in Cosmology and Geophysics, Birkhauser (2016)

  5. H. Kragh, Julius Thomsen: A Life in Chemistry and Beyond, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen (2016) pp. 279-281

  6. S. Krivit, Explorations in Nuclear Research (Vol. 1) Hacking the Atom; (Vol. 3) Fusion Fiasco; (Vol. 3) Lost History (2016)

  7. C. Lpez-Cajun, M, Ceccarelli (eds), Explorations in the History of Machines and Mechanisms, Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on the History of Machines and Mechanisms, Book Series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 32 (2016)

  8. R Mosenbacher, Die Ideendeduktion der Kritik der reinen Vernunft aus Hegels schlusslogischer Perspektive (2016)

  9. N. Maxwell, Two Great Problems of Learning: Science and Civilization, Rounded Globe (2016)

  10. R. Pisano, D. Capecchi, Niccolo Tartaglia and the Renaissance Society Between Science and Technique, Chapter In: Tartaglias Science of Weights and Mechanics in the Sixteenth Century (2016)

  11. P. M. Schuster, L. Wilmes,, Unfassbare Strablung - Werdegang zur Modernen Physik, Living Edition (2016)

  12. A. Whitaker, John Stewart Bell and Twentieth-Century Physics: Vision and Integrity, Oxford University Press (2016)

  1. F. Aaserud, H. Kragh (Eds.), One hundred years of the Bohr atom: Proceedings from a conference (Scientia Danica. Series M, Mathematica et physica; Vol. 1) Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Videskabernes Selskab (2015)

  2. A. Assis, J. Chaib, Ampere's Electrodynamics, Apeiron Montreal (2015)

  3. J. Boenigk, S. Wodniok, E. Glucksman, Biodiversity and Earth History, Springer (2015)

  4. G. Cavalli-Bjorkman, K. Grandin (eds), Kungl Vetenskapsakademiens Portrttsamling, Stockholm, (2015),

  5. M. Cunningham, Neoclassical Physics, Springer (2015)

  6. J. van Dongen (Ed.), Cold War Science and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge (2015)

  7. M. Fontani, M. Costa, M. Orna, The lost elements: The periodic tables shadow side, Oxford University Press (2015)

  8. P. Harrison, The Territories of Science and Religion (2015)

  9. J. Heilbron, Physics: A short history from quintessence to quarks, Oxford University Press (2015)

  10. H. Inaba, Historical investigations into the development of statistical mechanics, PhD (2015)

  11. G. Katsiampoura, E. Nicolaidis (Eds), Science and Religion, International Conference Proceedings (2015)

  12. C. Kiefer, Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky, Nathan Rosen, Kann die quantenmechanische Beschreibung der physikalischen Realitat als vollstandig betrachtet werden, Springer (2015)

  13. M. Matthews, Science Teaching: The Contribution of History and Philosophy of Science, 2nd Eddition, Routledge, New York (2015)

  14. H. Kragh, Masters of the Universe: Conversations with Cosmologists of the Past, Oxford, University Press (2015) 304 p.

  15. H. Kragh, One Hundred Years of the Bohr Atom, Royal Danish Academy of Science (2015) edited with F. Aaserud

  16. H. Kragh (edited with M. Kaji and G. Pallo), Early Responses to the Periodic System, Oxford University Press (2015)

  17. H. Kragh, K. Nielsen (Eds), 50 opfindelser: Hojdepunkter i teknologien, Aarhus Universitetsforlag (2015)

  18. R. Pisano, D. Capecchi, Tartaglias Science of Weights and Mechanics in the Sixteenth Century. Selections from Quesiti et inventioni diverse: Books VIIVIII. Springer (2015)

  19. R. Pisano (Ed), A Bridge between Conceptual Frameworks. Sciences, Society and Technology Studies. Springer (2015)

  20. P. Ruiz-Castell, M. Lourenco, S. Soubiran, S. Talas, Beyond public engagement: new ways of studying, managing and using university collections, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2015)


  21. P. M. Schuster, Meine letzte Antwort auf alles Ludwig Boltzmann, Roman, Band I, (2015) ISBN 9783-90158531-9

  22. G. Vlahakis, G. Katsiampoura, E. Nicolaidis, Science and religion, International Conference Proceedings, Athens (2015)

  23. S. Weinberg, To Explain the World (2015)

  1. A. Baracca, J. Renn, H. Wendt (Eds), The History of Physics in Cuba, Springer (2014)

  2. L. Bonolis, C. Dionisi, N. Robotti (Eds), The Legacy of Bruno Pontecorvo: the Man and the Scientist, SIF Conference Proceedings, Societa Italiana di Fisica, Bologna (2014) pp. 194

  3. M. Cooper, E. A. Davis, P. Schuster, D. Weaire (Eds.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on the History of Physics, Trinity College Cambridge, 4-5 September 2014, Living Editions, Science (2014)

  4. A. Chapman, Stargazers: Galileo, Copernicus, the Telescope and the Church (2014)

  5. O. Darrigol, Physics and necessity. Rationalist pursuits from the Cartesian past to the quantum present, Oxford University Press (2014)

  6. R. Flood, M. McCartney, A. Whitaker (Eds.), James Clerk Maxwell Perspectives on his life and work, Oxford Univ.Press (2014)

  7. C. Gillispie, R. Pisano, Lazare and Sadi Carnot. A Scientific and Filial Relationship, 2nd Edition (2014)

  8. I. Hristov, The Communist Nuclear Era Bulgarian Atomic Community during the Cold War 1944-1986, PhD Thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology (2014)

  9. O. Keller, Light. The Physics of the Proton, CRC Press (2014)

  10. H. Kragh, J. Overduin, The Weight of the Vacuum: A Scientific History of Dark Energy, New York, Springer (2014) 121 p.

  11. H. Kragh, Sandhed, Aarhus, Universitetsforlag (2014) 60 p.

  12. J. Lequeux, Hippolyte Fizeau Physicien de la lumire (2014)

  13. J. Ron, El mundo despues de la revolucion: la fisica de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, Essay, Spain (2014)

  14. A. Smith, From Sight to Light, The passage from Anchient to Modern Optics, Chicago (2014)

  15. H. Varvoglis, History and Evolution of Concepts in Physics, Textbook, Springer (2014)

  16. W. Voigt, Lehrbuch der Kristallphysik (mit Ausschluss der Kristalloptik), Springer (2014)


  1. A. Authier, Early Days of X-ray Crystallography. International Union of Crystallography, Oxford (2013)

  2. M. Badino, J. Navarro (eds.), Research and Pedagogy. A History of Quantum Physics Through Its Textbooks, Berlin, Open access (2013)

  3. E. Barbin, R. Pisano, The Dialectic Relation between Physics and Mathematics in the XIXth Century. Springer (2013)

  4. J. Bennett, S. Talas, Cabinets of experimental philosophy in eighteenth-century Europe, Brill (2013)

  5. J. Buchwald, R. Fox (eds), Oxford Handbook of the History of Physics, Oxford University Press, Oxford (2013)

  6. C. Gillispie, R. Pisano, Lazare and Sadi Carnot, 1st Edition (2013)

  7. I. S. Glass, Nicolas-Louis de La Caille (2013)

  8. Karl Grandin (ed), Emanuel Swedenborg Exploring a World memory: Context, Content, Contribution (2013)

  9. H. Gupta, The Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics (2013)

  10. J. Heilbron, Love, Literature, and the Quantum Atom, with Finn Aaserud, Oxford University Press (2013)

  11. H. Kragh, M. Skydsgaard, T. Wang, 50 opdagelser, Hojdepunkter i naturvidenskaben, Aarhus Universitetsforlag (2013)

  12. A. Maas, H. Schatz (Eds.), Physics as a calling, science for society: studies in honour of A. J. Kox, Leiden Publications (2013)

  13. L. Maison, S. Talas, R. Wittje, Shaping European university heritage: past and possible futures, Trondheim, Akademika Publishing (2013)

  14. J. Navarro Loidi, Don Pedro Giannini o las matematicas de los artilleros del siglo XVIII Segovia, Asociacion Cultural Ciencia y Artilleria (2013)

  15. Jose Manuel Sanchez Ron (ed.), Creadores cientifics, La fisica en la residencia de estudiantes [1910-1936], Madrid, Publicationes de la Residencia de Estudiantes (2013)

  16. M. Way, D. Hunter (Eds.), Origins of the expanding universe 19121932, Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2013)

  1. E. Amaldi, The Adventurous Life of Friedrich Georg Houtermans, Physicist (1903-1966), Springer (2012)

  2. L. Bonolis, Prometheus dream. The birth of fusion research in Italy (2012) pp. 241 (In Italian)

  3. D. Buchwald, J. Illy, Z. Rosenkranz, T. Sauer, J. van Dongen, D. Kennefick, The collected papers of Albert Einstein, Vol. 13, The Berlin Years: Writings and Correspondence, January 1922 March 1923. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press (2012)

  4. O. Darrigol, A History of optics from Greek antiquity to the nineteenth century, Oxford University Press (2012)

  5. J. Donegan, D. Weaire, P. Florides (Eds), Hutchie, The Life and Works of Edward Hutchinson Synge (18901957), Living Edition (2012)

  6. D. Dueck, Geography in Classical Antiquity, Cambridge (2012)

  7. P. Fara, Erasmus Darwin : sex, science, and serendipity, Oxford University Press (2012)

  8. Karl Grandin, Piero Mazzinghi, Nils Olander & Giuseppe Pelosi, A Wireless World: One Hundred Years since the Nobel Prize to Guglielmo Marconi, eds. (Florens: Firenze University Press, 2012

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  10. T. Koetsier, M. Ceccarelli (eds), Explorations in the History of Machines and Mechanisms, Conference proceedings, Book series, History of Mechanism and Machine Science, volume 15 (2012)

  11. H. Kragh, Niels Bohr and the quantum atom: The Bohr model of atomic structure 19131925, Oxford University Press (2012)

  12. D. Monaldi, Professor Pontecorvo, concerned scientist or notorious spy? Science, secrecy, and identity in the atomic age: Simone Turchetti: The Pontecorvo affair: A cold war defection and nuclear physics. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press (2012)

  13. R. Monk, Robert Oppenheimer: A life inside the center, New York, Doubleday (2012)

  14. R. Mosenbacher, R. Meer, Das Schematismuskapitel Immanuel Kants. Eine Untersuchung zur Funktion und Struktur des Schematismus der reinen Verstandesbegriffe, Saarbrucken, Akademiker-Verlag (2013)

  15. J. Navarro, A History of the Electron: J. J. and G. P. Thomson, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2012) [Translation into Turkish, 2015]

  16. J. Navarro, Niels Bohr. El atomo cuantico. RBA editores. Grandes Ideas de la Ciencia, Rodesa (2012) [Translation into Italian, 2014 and French, 2015]

  17. M. Plank, P. M. Schuster, Victor F. Hess Physiker, Nobelpreistrager und Mensch, (2012) ISBN 9783-90158515-9

  18. K. Simonyi, A Cultural History of Physics, Translated by D. Kramer (2012)

  19. S. Talas, Casa, famiglia e diavoletto di Cartesio: la collezione di strumenti scientifico-didattici dell'Istituto Scalcerle di Padova, Treviso, Canova (2012)

  20. S. Talas, M. Lourenco, Arranging and rearranging: planning university heritage for the future : papers presented at the XII universeum network meeting: university of Padua, Italy, 26-29 May 2011, Padova University Press (2012)

  21. C. Truesdell, Essays in the History of Mechanics, Springer (2012)

  22. M. Walker, History of Meteorological Office, Cambridge University Press (2012)`

  1. G. Baker, Seven Tales of the Pendulum, Oxford University Press, Oxford (2011)

  2. D. Barkan, Walther Nernst and the Transition to Modern Physical Science, Cambridge University Press (2011)

  3. L. Bonolis, C. Bemporad (Eds), Histories of Men and Quarks, a collection of 8 oral history interviews, Societ? Italiana di Fisica (2011) pp. 245 (In Italian)

  4. R. Crease, World in the balance. The historic quest for an absolute system of measurement, New York (2011)

  5. J. Eisinger, Einstein on the road, New York (2011)

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