(For Ute Deichmann's extended publications list click here)
U. Deichmann. (forthcoming). The Beginnings of Israeli-German Collaborations in the Sciences – Motives, Scientific Benefits, and Hidden Agendas, Proceedings of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
U. Deichmann. (2013). Review of Kaerin Nickelsen & Govindjee, The Maximum Quantum Yield Controversy. Otto Warburg and the 'Midwest-Gang' (Bern: Bern Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 2011), History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 35: 201-293.
U. Deichmann. (2012). Kultur und Identität in der Wissenschaft. Der Beitrag jüdischer Forscher zur internationalen Bedeutung deutscher Naturwissenschaft – ein jüdischer Beitrag?, Proceedings of the Moses Mendelssohn Centre, Potsdam, in press
U. Deichmann. (2012). Origin of life. The role of experiments, basic beliefs, and social authorities in the controversies about the spontaneous generation of life and the subsequent debates about synthesizing life in the laboratory, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 34(3): 341-360.
U. Deichmann. (2008). Challenging the Protein Dogma of the Gene: Oswald T. Avery – a Revolutionary Conservative, in Oren Harman and Michael Dietrich (eds.), Rebels, Mavericks, and Heretics in Biology, New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 154-173.
U. Deichmann. (2007). 'I Detest his Way of Working'. Leonor Michaelis (1875-1949), Emil Abderhalden (1877-1950) and Jewish and non-Jewish Biochemists in Germany, in Charpa and Deichmann, Jews and Sciences in German Contexts, pp. 101-126.
U. Deichmann. (2007). Empiricism and the Discreteness of Nature: Ferdinand Cohn (1828-1998), the Founder of Microbiology, in Charpa and Deichmann, Jews and Sciences in German Contexts, pp. 39-50.
U. Deichmann, U. Charpa. (2007). Jewish Scientists as Geniuses and Epigones – Scientific Practices and Attitudes towards them: Albert Einstein, Ferdinand Cohn, Richard Goldschmidt, Studia Rosenthaliana 40: 12-55.
Anthony (Tony) S. Travis
A. S. Travis and H. Stoff. (forthcoming). Benzidine, Butter Yellow: The Cases of Aromatic Amines and Azo Dyes in the Twentieth Century, Toxic Chemicals, E Homburg and E Vaupel (eds), Berghahn.
A. S. Travis. (forthcoming). The First Decade at the NIMR [National Institute for Medical Research], Mill Hill: The Instruments that Revolutionized Analytical Chemistry, Wellcome Witnesses to Modern Medicine, T. Tansey (ed.).
A. S. Travis. (forthcoming). Nitrogen, Novel High Pressure Chemistry, and the German War Effort, Wheeler Award Lecture 2014, Royal Society of Chemistry Historical Group Occasional Paper.
A. S. Travis. (2012) Raphael Meldola, His Blues and His Times. Biotechnic and Histochemistry 87(4): 288-294.
A. S. Travis. (2009). Raphael Meldola: Natural Selection, the Essex Field Club, and a magnificent area for experimental natural history, Essex Naturalist (new series) 26: 13-38.
A. S. Travis. (2007). Anilines: Historical Background, chapter 1 in Z. Rappoport, ed., The Chemistry of Functional Groups: The Chemistry of Anilines. Chichester: Wiley, 1-73.
A. S. Travis. (2007). German-Jewish Chemists and Raphael Meldola: The 1906 Jubilee Celebration for the Discovery of the First Aniline Dye. In Ulrich Charpa and Ute Deichmann, eds, Jews and Sciences in German Contexts, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 51-75.
A. Barell. (2014). King-Engineer: David Ben-Gurion, Science and Nation Building. Ben-Gurion Research Institute Press.
A. Barell. (2014). ‘The Miracle Maker‘: Science Corps and the Origins of the Israeli Military Research, Review of: Uriel Bachrach, By the Power of Knowledge: The Scientific Corps of the IDF (1948-1952), Cathdra 151: 179-183.
A. Barell. (2012). Leviathan and the Academy: Was there an Attempt to Nationalize the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Early Years of the State of Israel? Democratic Culture in Israel and in the world, 13: 7-79. [Hebrew version appeared 2011 in Democratic Culture 13: 7-59].
C. Timmermann and Z. Robaey. (forthcoming). Agrobiodiversity, the Common Heritage Principle and Market Incentives [German].
C. Timmermann. (2014). Pesticides and the Patent Bargain, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, published online10 August, pp. 1-19.
C. Timmermann. (2013). Pesticides and the Patent Bargain, Proceedings of the First International Conference of the Asia-Pacific Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics, Hongladarom, Duangmal, Ingkaninun, Phanchinda, and Promngram (eds.), Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University, pp. 139-146.
C. Timmermann and G. Felix. (2013). Agroecology Beyond Food, Farming Matters 12: 30-31. (Also translated into Chinese).
I. Belfer. (2014). Information-Laden science, a Hacking-Type Revolution, Proceedings of the International Conference on Philosophy of Information (ICPI 2013), Xian Jiaotong University International Center for Philosophy of Information (XJTU-ICPI), pp. 136-179.
I. Belfer. (2014). Informing Physics: Jacob Bekenstein and the Informational Turn in Theoretical Physics, Physics in Perspective 16(1): 69-97.
I. Belfer. (2014). A Bit of a Revolution – a Hacking Type Information Revolution in Science and Society, submitted to Historical Studies of the Natural Sciences.
Noa Sophie Kohler
N. S. Kohler. (2013). Genes as Jewish History?: Human Population Genetics in the Service of Historians, inside: Race, Color, Identity. Rethinking Discourses about 'Jews' in the Twenty-First Century. Efraim Sicher (ed.). Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, pp. 234-246.
N. S. Kohler, and D. Mishmar. (2011). Being part of the Ashkenazi Family: An Integrative Historical, Genealogical and Population Genetics Study of Family Names, in: Avotaynu, The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, pp. 51-53.
R. Armon. (2010). Beyond Darwinism’s Eclipse: Functional Evolution, Biochemical Recapitulation and Spencerian Emergence in the 1920s and 1930s. Journal of the General Philosophy of Science, 41: 173-194.