HPS.CESEE editors announced the new online platform HPS.CESEE, which aims to facilitate the exchange of information about the history of scientific knowledge in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The aim is to serve as a resource for the history of scientific knowledge in the region stretching from Prague to Perm and from Tallinn to Tirana, or from (present) Albania and Austria to (former) Soviet Union and Yugoslavia [updates about conferences, events, new publications, journals and positions in thefield - via blog (https://hpscesee.blogspot.com/), newsletter, and social media: Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/hps.cesee/ and Twitter (https://twitter.com/hpscesee)].
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Friedrich Cain (Erfurt)
Lucie Čermáková (Prague)
Vedran Duančić (Zagreb)
Daša Ličen (Ljubljana)
Martin Rohde (Innsbruck)
Timofey Rakov (Tyumen)
Katalin Stráner (Southampton)
Jan Surman (Moscow)