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Centaurus has been re-launched in 2006 with a new editor, an expanded editorial board, and renewed emphasis on the comprehensive scope of the journal. As of 2007, Centaurus will be associated with the European Society for the History of Science. Not only does this mean that members of the ESHS will receive a discounted subscription price, it also opens up new opportunities in serving as the official journal for this high-level European forum for research in the history of science.
Such changes call for reflections on the future. As to specific intentions, we will of course continue to publish articles of the highest quality across the entire range of topics falling within our Aims & Scope. On this point, we can only repeat the words from the very first issue: the pages of Centaurus will be open to contributions of every kind of subject inside its scope, provided they are original in their contents, well authenticated and of lasting value.
But we also intend to strike out in some new directions to attract contributions.
Centaurus is Edited by Ida Stamhuis
Centaurus publishes an international spectrum of original research papers, review articles, notes and commentaries on the history of science, mathematics, medicine, biomedical science, earth science and technology, and their social and cultural aspects. Book reviews and review essays of publications within the journal's scope are also included. The Editor also encourages suggestions for special issues, short papers on topics of current interest and articles suited to open peer commentary along with potential commentators.
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