SCIENCE PEOPLE & POLITICS
ISSN: 1751-598x (Print, PDF, Online)

Publisher delays current issue, until September, because of commercially inept, potential defamatory behaviour and possible malfeasance toward the publisher by Barclays Bank Plc. Next issue includes work by Helen Gavaghan, photographs of Antarctica by Martin Redfern, and a book review by Astronomer, Ferdinando Patat.
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ISSUE TWO. V VIII(2017)
Jan Zalasiewicz writes of transition from Holocene
WHO 10-yr review |
medical devices


ISSUE ONE. V VIII (2017)
CRISPR-cas, Zika, Energy

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Poems of science

Feint impressions (tachyons).

Chance encounter.

Binary dance.

Beta jive.

Fire and the
ballot box.

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Helen Gavaghan

Helen Gavaghan at the British Library 2014


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Science, People & Politics
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VVII (2016): Issue 4 (Oct-Dec) as HTML or | PDF

October - December 2016

The Anthropocene


July - September 2016

The Iraq War Inquiry


April - June 2016

Sterling mid 20th Century
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New antibiotic research


January - March 2016

Iran at the ballot box
in compliance with a civilian nuclear future


2015: COP21 Paris Agreement

July - Sept., 2015: From Nootka to ATS

April - June, 2015: Emerging technology

January - March 2015: Ukraine and power

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Editor
Helen Gavaghan
BSc (Hons)

Deputy editor
Martin Redfern
BSc (Hons)


MAGAZINE EDITORIAL ADVISORS

Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Dr Ferdinando Patat (Astronomy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography/environment), Martin Redfern BSc (hons) (general).


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ARCTIC FUTURES 2014
By Dr Alun Anderson

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