|Historia Scientiarum is the international journal of the History of Science Society of Japan. It was established in 1962, titled as Japanese Studies in the History of Science, and renamed to the present title in 1980. It is published three times a year, containing articles, notes, documents, and reviews, which are written in English, German, or French.|
Editor: Takehiko HASHIMOTO
Editional Members: Yasu FURUKAWA, Keizo HASHIMOTO, Kaori IIDA, Kazuyuki ITO, Boumsoung KIM, Tadaaki KIMOTO, Hajime MIZOGUCHI, Takuji OKAMOTO, Sayaka OKI, Yasushi SATO, Mai SUGIMOTO, Akihito SUZUKI, Ken’ichi TAKAHASHI, Michiko YAJIMA, Michio YANO, Akira YOSHIDA.
International Advisory Board: James R. Bartholomew, Christopher Cullen, Han Qi, Sungook Hong, William D. Johnston, Sachiko Kusukawa, Stuart W. Leslie, Morris F. Low, Takashi Nishiyama, Mary Jo Nye, Hilary A. Smith
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