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Hideto Nakajima

ナカジマ ヒデト | Hideto Nakajima
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research keywords  (1): History of Science and Technology Science and Technology Studies
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2002 - 2005 An Analysis of the Hungarian Phenomenon
  • 2001 - Establishing basic framework of Science and Technology Studies
  • Historical Analysis of Robert Hooke's Scientific Research
MISC (10):
  • Hideto Nakajima. The Age of Trans Science. Illume. 2007. 19. 2. 57-61
  • Hideto Nakajima. Robert Hooke as an Astronomer. Robert Hooke Tercentennial Studies Ashgate Publication. 2006. 49-62
  • Hideto Nakajima. Hungary: The Home of Genius Emigrants in the Sciences. Illume. 2006. 18. 1. 57-61
  • Hideto Nakajima. Genius Scientists from Hungary. Butsuri. 2006. 61. 11. 840-842
  • Hideto Nakajima. Quantification and the Scientific Revolution. Illume. 2005. 17. 1. 57-61
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Books (3):
  • To where should Japanese Science and Technology head?
    Iwanami Shoten Publisher 2006
  • Science Studies Now
    Keiso Pub. 2002
  • Astronomical Aspects of Robert Hooke's Scientific Research
    Proceedings of the XXth International Congres of History of Science (Liege, 1997) 2001
Education (2):
  • - 1985 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science
  • - 1980 The University of Tokyo College of Arts and Sciences
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy
Work history (3):
  • 1995 - -:
  • 1987 - -:
  • 1985 - -:
Committee career (1):
  • 2003 - Society for Social Studies of Science (USA) Senior Council Member
Awards (4):
  • 2006 - Science and Technology Prize
  • 2006 - Suntry Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities
  • 1998 - Osaragi Jiro Prize
  • 1995 - Contribution to a book series which got Mainichi Publication Culture Prize
Association Membership(s) (1):
Society for Social Studies of Science (USA)
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