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.
- [New Book] Disaster in the Early Modern World: Examinations, Representations, Interventions
- [New Issue] Early Science and Medicine – Complexio Across Disciplines
- [New Book] The Varnish and the Glaze: Painting Splendor with Oil, 1100–1500
- [New Book] Conrad Gessner (1516–1565): Universal Scholar and Natural Scientist of the Renaissance
- [New Book] Lesser Living Creatures of the Renaissance: Volume 2, Concepts
- [New Book] Andrea Cesalpino and Renaissance Aristotelianism: Natural Philosophy in the Sixteenth Century
- [New Book] Plants in 16th and 17th Century: Botany between Medicine and Science
- [New Book] Violence and the Genesis of the Anatomical Image
- [New Book] Aristotelianism and Magic in Early Modern Europe: Philosophers, Experimenters and Wonderworkers
- [New Book] On the Edge of Eternity: The Antiquity of the Earth in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
- [New Book] Natural Things in Early Modern Worlds
- [New Book] The Interlopers: Early Stuart Projects and the Undisciplining of Knowledge