||Promotes solutions on agriculture and biotechnology, arms control, biodiversity, climate change, energy, ozone depletion, transportation.|| |
based organisation with worldwide membership, formed in response to a growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, geology, catastrophism and ancient history.
reviewed interdisciplinary journal of cultural criticism. Highlights essays which attempt to cross disciplinary boundaries, bringing previously unrelated elements into new relationships.
|Aims to facilitate communication across disciplinary, geographic and political boundaries among scholars, concerned individuals in government and public posts and others who have a scientific interest in the relationship between politics and psychological processes.|| |
|An international journal of interdisciplinary and interfaith dialogue, with abstracts of articles from 1989 onwards. Topics covered include Christian political economy, democratisation in the communist world, the city in the 21st century, and the restoration of philosophy. An overview of the journal is presented as a PowerPoint slide show.|| |
|Journal covering the boundaries between computing and artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, mathematics, engineering, and social organisation.|| |
|Lists, searchable database and reference table of all the Nobel Prizes: for physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace|| |
|Science as Culture is a focus for stimulating debate and obtaining constructive criticism for articles.|| |
|Society that aims to facilitate communication across conventional boundaries that separate the disciplines and across national boundaries that separate scholars. It includes scholars in sociology, anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, economics, and psychology.|| |
|An interdisciplinary society which aims to promote the scientific study of classification and clustering, including systematic methods of creating classifications from data.|| |
|Annotated listing of Nobel Prize winners, organised by prize category; physics, chemistry, literature, peace, economics, physiology and medicine. Biographical information is given about each winner, as is access to Internet based works by, and about, them.|| |
|Collection of resources relating to literary studies, cognitive science, and neuroscience. Provides an annotated bibliography of titles, abstracts of forthcoming publications, details of work in progress, and features such as interviews, conference sessions, essays and discussions.|| |
|Interdisciplinary discussion and articles from international thinkers and writers.|| |
|Information and articles on psychohistory, the science of historical motivation which combines the insights of modern psychotherapy with the research methodology of history and the social sciences.|| |
|Information about the scientific association established for the purpose of promoting the Gestalt theoretical perspective in research and practice. Gestalt theory is a broadly interdisciplinary general theory, which provides a framework for a wide variety of psychological phenomena, processes, and applications.|| |
|Extensive index to resources concerning the nature and consequences of interactions and non|
linearities in systems of many objects. It includes topics such as artificial life, cellular automata, chaos, criticality, evolutionary computation, fractals, parallel computation and self-organisation.
|Large collection of student theses and dissertations, with titles and abstracts searchable and browsable by author and department, and full text available in PDF. Some access restrictions, but numerous items freely available.|| |
|Presents background information on the lecture series in memory of the BBC broadcaster Richard Dimbleby, including lecture transcripts from 2000 onwards.|| |
|Journal devoted to the study of discourse pertaining to the theories and practices of science, technology, and medicine. The journal explores the relations of literature and the arts to the sciences and technology.|| |
|Access to over 1100 scholarly societies online browsable alphabetically, by subject and by type of institution. Accompanied by essays and editorials for the project.|| |