Renaissance Science & Medicine aims to centralize online resources, news and information related to the history of scientific knowledge and practice in the long Renaissance (ca. 14th–17th centuries).
As a collaborative platform, it allows the members of the Renaissance Science and Medicine group on HCommons to share their own announcements about research activities and other relevant events.
- [Digital Exhibit] Natural Interactions in the Book as Art and Making Knowledge
- [New Book] The Philosophy of Kenelm Digby (1603–1665)
- [New Book] Astrology, Almanacs, and the Early Modern English Calendar
- [New Book] Gabrielle Falloppia, 1522/23-1562: The Life and Work of a Renaissance Anatomist
- [New Book] The World of Worm: Physician, Professor, Antiquarian, and Collector, 1588-1654
- [New Book] Gendered Touch: Women, Men, and Knowledge-Making in Early Modern Europe
- [New Book] Premodern Experience of the Natural World in Translation
- [New Book] Knowledge and Culture in the Early Dutch Republic: Isaac Beeckman in Context
- [New Book] Engraving Accuracy in Early Modern England: Visual Communication and the Royal Society
- [New Book] Disease and the Environment in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds
- [New Book] Exploration, Religion and Empire in the Sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World: A New Perspective on the History of Modern Science
- [Digital Exhibit] Through a Glass Darkly: Alchemy and the Ripley Scrolls, 1400-1700