内部网站|E办公平台|中科院邮箱| English|中国科学院
征稿须知(中英文版)
    发布时间:2009-06-03

《自然科学史研究》稿约

  一、本刊是中国在科学技术史领域的国家级专业学报,其前身是1958年创刊的《科学史集刊》,现为季刊,逢3、6、9、12月出版。刊物致力于学术创新,坚持学术自由和平等,积极反映海内外科技史研究的最新成果,促进学术交流。

  二、栏目:本刊发表科学技术史领域的综合性研究、科技史学理论和各学科史的论文、讨论、评论、书评书介和学术信息等。论文应有新见解、新方法或新材料,要求观点明确,论证严谨,文字洗练;讨论是关于前人研究的商榷研讨;评论是对科技史学理论观点和研究进展以及重要著作的评述等;书评书介以严肃的学术态度,介绍和评论海内外近刊科技史著作;学术信息报道科技史学界的重要活动,侧重报道学术内容。

  三、撰稿格式:(1)来稿中、英文不拘。(2)来稿请标明中、英文篇名,论文须提供各300字(词)以内的中英文摘要、中英文关键词各3-6个。文后另页附第一、二作者简介(包括姓名、服务机关、职务、职称、年龄、性别、详细通讯方式以及主要研究方向和论著成果)。(3)本刊实行匿名审稿制,请作者在行文时避免使用透露作者身份的词句。(4)本刊只接受电子投稿(将稿件的Word文档作为电子邮件的附件)。(5)参考文献格式举例如下:

  图书:序号 作者. 书名. 版次(初版不注). 译著. 出版地: 出版者, 出版年. 起迄页.

  1   夏湘蓉等. 中国古代矿业开发史. 第2版. 北京: 地质出版社, 1986. 5~12.

  2   戴闻达. 中国人对非洲的发现. 胡国强,等译. 北京: 商务印书馆, 1983. 25 ~28.

  3   Needham J. Science and Civilisation in China.Vol.2.1959.Cambridge: Cambridge Univ.Press, 1980. 334~335.

  论文集:序号 作者.子目名.见: 主编者.论文集(丛书)名.册数.出版地: 出版者, 出版年.页数.

  4   葛能全, 黄胜年. 钱三强//中国现代科学家传记.第2辑. 北京: 科学出版社, 1991. 187~201.

  5   Shryock R H. American Indifference to Basic Science during the Nineteenth Century. Barber B,Hirsh W(Eds).The

            Sociology of Science. New York: Free Press,1962.98~110.

  期刊:序号 作者. 篇名. 译者. 报刊名, 年, 卷(期) : 起迄页.

  6   严敦杰.波斯古历甲子考.自然科学史研究,1982,1(3):237~241.

  7   Numbers R L. Creationism in Twentieth-Century America. Science, 1982, 218:538~544.

  古籍:序号 (朝代)作者. 书名·篇名. 卷数.版本. 出版年(古代纪年).

  8   (清)梅文鼎. 梅氏丛书辑要·几何通解.上海博文书局石印本. 1896 (光绪丙申).

  四、版权:(1)本刊只接受专投本刊且未公开发表的稿件,不接受任何已公开发表(含网络版)的稿件,来稿不得侵犯他人知识产权。(2)本栏接受的稿件将同时以纸、网络和光盘三种形式发表。作者著作权使用费与稿酬一次性给付,并赠当期刊物一册和抽印本若干。(3)来稿一经本刊发表,版权即归本刊所有,作者享有非专有权。

  五、处理时限:编委会收到稿件后,将立即回信确认。稿件将送专家审阅,一般需3个月作者才能收到录用与否的通知。作者收到修改意见通知后,须20天内将修改稿及电子文本寄回编辑部。若稿件寄到4个月后没有收到编辑部处理意见,作者可另行处理。以后如已被其他出版物接受,请告知本刊编辑部。

  六、通讯地址

  北京市海淀区中关村东路55号

  中国科学院自然科学史研究所《自然科学史研究》编辑委员会

  邮政编码:100190

  电话:(010)57552523;57552528

  传真:(010)57552567

  电子信箱:yanjiu@ihns.ac.cn

 

STUDIES IN HISTORY OF NATURAL SCIENCE

CALL FOR PAPERS

  Studies in the History of Natural Science (SHNS) is the sole national journal in the People's Republic of China devoted to interdisciplinary and comprehensive studies in the history of science, technology and medicine. The journal, which appears in January, April, July and October, publishes scholarly articles and reviews of books either in English or Chinese on all aspects of the history of science, technology and medicine. The journal is an open forum, and contributions from all parts of the world are welcome.

  Manuscripts (original plus two copies) and books for review should be sent to the Editorial Committee of SHNS, Institute for the History of Natural Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.137 Chaonei Street, Beijing 100010, China. Submissions may also be sent using E-mail address: studyhns@263.net, in which case a printed copy should be forwarded to the Editorial Committee. Manuscript ,which should included an abstract of approximately 150 words and 2~6 keywords should not exceed 10,000 words. If accepted, the author will receive 30 copies offprint, as well as a copy of the journal. The authors are responsible for securing for any necessary permission for publication. For detailed, please refer to Notes for Contributors in Volume 18, No.3, 1999.

  Notes for Contributors

  1. Manuscripts (original plus two copies), along with a floppy-disk version using either Microsoft Word or WordPerfect, if possible, should be submitted to the Editorial Office of Studies in the History of Natural Sciences (SHNS), 137 Chaonei Street, Beijing 100010, CHINA. Submissions may also be sent using E-mail: studyhns@263.net, in which case a printed copy should be forwarded to the editorial office by ordinary air mail. Please give the author's full name, institution, detailed address and E-mail address, and include 2~6 Keywords and an abstract of approximately 150 words. Another summary in greater detail than the former would also be welcome. Summaries, preferably, should be in Chinese for articles submitted in English (or in English for articles written in Chinese); summaries submitted in English will be translated by SHNS. Contributors are advised to retain a copy of their contribution for future reference.

  2. Manuscripts should be submitted to SHNS with the understanding that upon publication copyright will be transferred to the Editorial Committee of SHNS. This precludes SHNS from considering material that has been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. The Editorial Committee reserves the right to publish material appearing in the journal in other media, including CD-ROM versions, and other forms of electronic publication.

  3. Manuscripts should be typewritten or word-processed using a letter-quality or laser printer, and should be double-spaced throughout, including quotations, notes and references. Sima Qian 司马迁; Yangcheng 阳城; Shiji 史记 (Historical Records); wuxing 五行; qiemai 切脉; Seki Kawa 关孝和; Yi dynasty 李朝.

  5. Explanatory material not suitable in the body of the manuscript should be given in footnotes, placed at the bottom of the page separately from the main body of the text, double-spaced, numbered independently on each page, and keyed to consecutive numbers (1, 2, …… ). In the text, footnote numbers should be inserted where appropriate above the line.

  6. Complete bibliographic information should be given in a separate section for References (not in the footnotes), put together after the text, numbered consecutively following the order in which citations appear in the article. Footnotes should then refer to items by their number in the section for References ( [1], [2], …… ). When the bibliography is in Chinese, the Chinese phonetic alphabet spelling should give pinyin equivalents for all names and titles as explained above in paragraph 4. Japanese and Korean citations should be dealt with in a similar manner.

  6.1 References to books should include the author's full name; complete title of the book, underlined (or italicized); (edition, if not the first edition); the place of publication and publisher's name for books published after 1900; date of publication, including the original date when a reprint is being cited. Examples: 1 Joseph Needham. Science and Civilisation in China. Vol. II: History of Scientific Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1959; repr. 1980. 2 Zhu Qianzhi 朱谦之. Zhongguo Sixiang duiyu Ouzhou Wenhua zhi Yingxiang 中国思想对于欧洲文化之影响 (The Influence of Chinese Thought on Western Civilisation). Shanghai: The Commercial Press, 1940.

  6.2 References to articles in periodicals should include the author's name; title of the article; name of the periodical, underlined or Italicized; the volume number, using a boldfaced Arabic numeral; the number of the issue in parentheses if pagination requires it; the year in parentheses; and finally, the page numbers of the entire article. Examples: 3 M. Loewe. Spices and Silk: Aspects of World Trade in the First Seven Centuries of the Christian Era. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society,1971, 2 : 166~179. 4 Mei Rongzhao 梅荣照. Jia Xian de Zengcheng Kaifang Fa 贾宪的增乘开方法 (Jia Xian's Zeng-Cheng Method for the Extraction of Roots). Studies in the History of Natural Sciences, 1989,8(1): 1~8.

  6.3 Subsequent citations should use an abbreviated form in the text , referring by number to the item in the list of references and using one of the following formats, such as: ……([1],p.473),……([3],pp.65~67).

  7. Please mark clearly for the typesetter all unusual alphabets, special characters, mathematical expressions, chemical formulae, etc., and include all diacritical marks.

  8. A small number of figures may be used to illustrate an article. All line drawings should be directly reproducible.