Category Archives: Giants’ Shoulders

Just three days left to submit those #HistSci gems!

You only have three days left to submit your history of science blog posts for Giants Shoulders #53 the one and only history of science blog carnival, which will be hosted by Scicurious at her blog The Scicurious Brain on the 16th … Continue reading

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The Heroic #52 Edition of Giants’ Shoulders is up.

Heroes, Anti-heroes, No more heroes, “Loads More Heroes” the heroic #52 edition of The Giants’ Shoulders history of science blog carnival has been posted by Mr. “Friends of Darwin” himself, Richard Carter at his The Friends of Charles Darwin blog. Go and find what … Continue reading

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Giants’ Shoulders #51 scores a first!

We have a first! The Giants’ Shoulders history of science blog carnival for September is on The Scientific American Blog Network for the first time ever. The Internet’s best historian of geology, David Bressan, has hosted Giants’ Shoulders #51 on his History of Geology Blog at … Continue reading

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The Giants’ Shoulders turns fifty.

History of aural medicine blogger Jai Virdi has put together the fiftieth edition of the history of science blog carnival The Giants’ Shoulders and a real humdinger it is too. If you want to read the very best in #histsci #histmed and … Continue reading

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Just six days left to make those submissions for Giants’ Shoulders #50

The half-century edition of Giants’ Shoulders the history of science blog carnival will be hosted by Jai Virdi at From the Hands of Quacks on 16th August. This means that you have just six days to submit the best of … Continue reading

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Giants’ Shoulders #49: The “Crisis what Crisis?” edition.

Finally with more than somewhat of a delay you are reading the 49th edition of the history of science blog carnival On Giants’ Shoulders. Should you not be aware of the significance of the title then please read the previous post here at … Continue reading

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Standing on the Shoulders of Bloggers: Carnival frustration searing my soul.

In the last few days I have had a few tweets inquiring about the present and future of Standing on the Shoulders of Giants the history of science blog carnival; what follows are some thoughts on the health (or better … Continue reading

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