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Alberti, S J M M (2017) Review of Anatomy Museum: death and the body displayed by Elizabeth Hallam. Museums Journal, 117 (1). p. 54. ISSN 0027-416X

Alberti, S J M M (2018) Scientific instrument curators in Britain: building a discipline with material culture. Journal of the History of Collections, 31 (3). pp. 519-530. ISSN 1477-8564

Alberti, S J M M (2018) Shaping scientific instrument collections: A historiography. Journal of the History of Collections, 31 (3). pp. 445-452. ISSN 1477-8564

Alberti, S J M M (2019) Special issue: Shaping Scientific Instrument Collections. Journal of the History of Collections. ISSN 1477-8564

Alberti, S J M M (2017) Why collect Science? Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, 15 (1). p. 1. ISSN 1364-0429

Alberti, S J M M, Allen, Stephen, Dectot, Xavier and Gill, Ruth (2017) Reflecting the Now: project management and contemporary collecting in a multi-disciplinary Museum. Museum and Society, 15 (3). pp. 324-342. ISSN 1479-8360

Alberti, S J M M, Blackwell, Alice, Davidson, Peter, Goldberg, D Martin and Swinney, Geoffrey N (2018) The art and science of replication. Copies and copying in the multi-disciplinary museum. In: Museums as cultures of copies: the crafting of artefacts and authenticity. Routledge Research in Museum Studies . Routledge, London & New York, pp. 13-26. ISBN 9780815364917

Alberti, S J M M, Cox, Elsa, Phillipson, Tacye and Taubman, Alison (2018) Collecting 21st-century science, technology and medicine. MUSEUM MANAGEMENT AND CURATORSHIP. ISSN 1872-9185


Boon, Tim, Kneebone, Roger, Heering, Peter, Staubermann, Klaus and Winkin, Yves (2017) A symposium on histories of use and tacit skills. Science Museum Group Journal (8). ISSN 2054-5770


Cockell, Charles S, Santomartino, Rosa, McMahon, Sean, Reekie, Philippe, Alberti, S J M M, Phillipson, Tacye and Russell, Sara (2019) A laboratory for multi-century science. Astronomy & Geophysics, 60 (6). 6.26-6.28. ISSN 1468-4004

Cooney, Gabriel, Megarry, William, Markham, Mik, Gilhooly, Bernard, O’Neill, Brendan, Gaffrey, Joanne, Sands, R, Nyland, Astrid, Ballin, Torben Bjarke, Murray, Jenny and Sheridan, J A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6204-3776 (2019) Tangled up in blue: the role of riebeckite felsite in Neolithic Shetland. In: Mining and quarrying in Neolithic Europe: A social perspective. Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers (16). Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 49-65. ISBN 9781789251487

Cox, Elsa (2016) Energy well spent: practical approaches to contemporary collecting at the National Museum of Scotland. In: Patrimoine contemporain des sciences et techniques. La Documentation Française, Paris, pp. 321-330. ISBN 9782110099181

Cox, Elsa (2016) The National Museum of Scotland's six new galleries of Science and Technology. Newcomen Links (239). pp. 6-8. ISSN 1478-484X

Cox, Elsa, Grant, Katarina and Robertson, Haileigh (2018) Collecting the personal: stories of domestic energy and everyday life at the National Museum of Scotland. Science Museum Group Journal (9). ISSN 2054-5770


Engels, W and Staubermann, Klaus (2016) Replicating early 18th century magic lantern practice. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (130). pp. 40-43. ISSN 0956-8271


Floyd, Ali (2015) A new centre will celebrate our scientific heritage. The Scotsman.

Fox, Graeme, Preziosi, Richard F, Antwis, Rachael E, Milena, Benavides-Serrato, Combe, Fraser J, Harris, W Edwin, Hartley, Ian R, Kitchener, Andrew C, de Kort, Selvino R, Nekaris, Anne-Isola and Rowntree, Jennifer K (2019) Multi‐individual microsatellite identification: a multiple genome approach to microsatellite design (MiMi). Molecular Ecology Resources.


Gardiner, Corinna and Alberti, S J M M (2017) What are the challenges and opportunities associated with contemporary collecting? Museums Journal, 117 (7/8). p. 17. ISSN 0027-416X

Gee, Brian (2014) Francis Watkins and the Dollond telescope patent controversy. Science, Technology and Culture, 1700–1945 . Ashgate, Farnham. ISBN 9781409466437

Goggins, Sophie (2019) A long-term approach creates impact. Museums Journal, 119 (12). p. 15. ISSN 0027-416X

Goggins, Sophie, Phillipson, Tacye and Alberti, S J M M (2017) Prosthetic limbs on display: from maker to user. Science Museum Group Journal (8). ISSN 2054-5770

Goldberg, D Martin and Hunter, Fraser (2019) Technologies of the self: painted pebbles, ornaments and the burial. In: Excavations at Milla Skerra: rhythms of life in Iron Age Shetland. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 111-152. ISBN 9781785703430


Hayward, Alexander (2011) The traction engine in Scotland. National Museums Scotland Enterprises Limited , Edinburgh. ISBN 9781905267583


Knight, Matthew G (2019) Going to pieces: investigating the deliberate destruction of Late Bronze Age swords and spearheads. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 85. pp. 251-272. ISSN 0965-1381


Lessard, B, Whiffin, A L and Wild, A L (2017) A guide to public engagement for entomological collections and natural history museums in the age of social media. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 110 (5). pp. 467-479. ISSN 0013-8894


Maldonado, Adrián (2018) Archaeogaming: a review. Barrow, 2. pp. 25-26.

Meakin, Clare (2017) Bringing museums to life with science. Third Force News.

Morrison-Low, A D (2012) Early Navigation Instruments in Scotland. The Geographer. p. 7. ISSN 09512136

Morrison-Low, A D (2018) Geomagnetic instruments at National Museums Scotland. Notes and Records: the Royal Society Journal of the History of Science. ISSN 0035-9149 (In Press)

Morrison-Low, A D (2015) Instruments of exploration in National Museums Scotland. In: Geography, technology and instruments of exploration. Studies in Historical Geography . Ashgate, Abingdon, pp. 119-138. ISBN 9781472434258

Morrison-Low, A D (2012) John Gibson, Optician in Kelso, “A Man of Genius”. In: Seeing Further: essays on the history of the telescope and the history of science in Augsburg in memory of Inge Keil. Harri Deutsch , Frankfurt am Main, pp. 229-241. ISBN 9783817118878

Morrison-Low, A D (2007) Making scientific instruments in the industrial revolution. Science Technology and Culture, 1700-1945 . Ashgate and National Museums Scotland, Aldershot. ISBN 9780754657583

Morrison-Low, A D (2006) Sir David Brewster and scientific instruments. In: The Stereoscope: its history, theory and construction. Archivio Stereoscopico Italiano, Padova, Italy. ISBN 9788890187425


Nuttall, R H (2009) The ‘Household’ microscope and R. & J. Beck’s North American business. Bulletin of the Quekett Microscopical Society (55). pp. 8-10. ISSN 1350- 9128

Nuttall, R H (2009) Microscopes and Canada balsam: Andrew Pritchard’s letters to Camille Sebastian Nachet. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (102). pp. 36-39. ISSN 0956-8271

Nuttall, R H (2010) The Mikrops Projektascope by Flatters & Garnett. Micro miscellanea (75). pp. 18-29. ISSN 1360-6301

Nuttall, R H (2009) Notes upon an excursion to the Pyrenees: William Smith’s last collection of diatom slides. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 41 (1). pp. 45-52. ISSN 0007-4853

Nuttall, R H (2009) School microscopes in the Sixties. Micro miscellanea: the Newsletter of the Manchester Microscopical & Natural History Society (71). pp. 3-8. ISSN 1360-6301

Nuttall, R H (2011) Using a prototype oxy-hydrogen microscope in 1825: Birkbeck, Cooper and Woodward at the London Mechanics’ Institution. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 41. pp. 381-384. ISSN 0007-4853

Nuttall, R H (2011) The evolution of a petrographic microscope: the Swift-Dick stand. Micro miscellanea: the Newsletter of the Manchester Microscopical & Natural History Society (78). pp. 18-24. ISSN 1360-6301

Nuttall, R H (2012) “A microscope to look at mountains”: notes upon a Swift and Son ‘Survey’ petrological stand and its British antecedents. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 41. pp. 713-730.

Nuttall, R H (2011) A note upon the history of the binocular microscope: The Leitz 1913 ‘New’ stand ‘for the highest powers’. Micro miscellanea (76). pp. 20-27. ISSN 1360-6301


Phillipson, Tacye (2010) Arms and the robot: Freddy and his, her, or its toys. Patrimonie scientific et technique, un projet contemporain (La documentation Francaise 2010). pp. 219-222.

Phillipson, Tacye (2019) Collections development in hindsight: a numerical analysis of the Science and Technology collections of National Museums Scotland since 1855. Science Museum Group Journal (12). ISSN 2054-5770

Phillipson, Tacye (2019) Contributions. In: Taylor, Dr. John C and Leith, Kristin E. 'The Luxury of time clocks from 1550-1750'. In: The Luxury of time clocks from 1550-1750. The history and intricate beauty of rare timepieces from the golden age of British clockmaking. Exhibited at the National Museum of Scotland. 4 October 2019 - 26 January 2020. Fromanteel Ltd, Santon, Isle of Man. ISBN 9780954833923

Phillipson, Tacye (2020) Disposal case study: National Museums Scotland. Museum Practice.

Phillipson, Tacye (2016) Focus on: biomedical interactives. Museums Journal, 116 (10). p. 59. ISSN 0027-416X

Phillipson, Tacye (2017) How can science be better communicated in museums? Museums Journal, 117 (2). p. 15. ISSN 0027-416X

Phillipson, Tacye (2016) James Ferguson's misidentified coin balance. Equilibrium : quarterly magazine of the International Society of Antique Scale Collectors, 2016 (4). pp. 4320-4321. ISSN 0893-2883

Phillipson, Tacye (2009) Review of: Anita McConnell, Jesse Ramsden (1735-1800): London’s leading scientific instrument maker. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 31 (1). pp. 113-114. ISSN 0391-9714

Phillipson, Tacye (2011) Review of: David Pantalony: altered sensations: Rudolph Koenig's Acoustical Workshop in Nineteenth-Century Paris. Isis, 102 (4). pp. 113-114. ISSN 1545-6994

Phillipson, Tacye (2016) Surviving apparatus showing the early development of the cloud chamber. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (1301). pp. 35-37. ISSN 0956-8271


Rintoul, Gordon (2014) National treasure looks to future to preserve the past. The Scotsman.

Robertson, Haileigh, Goggins, Sophie and Alberti, S J M M (2017) Collecting 21st-Century Science, Technology and Medicine in Scotland. In: Collecting 21st-Century Science, Technology and Medicine in Scotland, 6 June 2017, National Museum of Scotland. (Submitted)

Rothwell, Sarah (2014) Making a play for the gamer generation. The Scotsman.


Smith, Margaret J, Kirk, Susanna, Tate, Jim and Cox, Darren (2014) Material characterization and preservation guidance for a collection of prosthetic limbs developed since 1960. Studies in Conservation, 59 (4). pp. 256-267. ISSN 0039-3630

Staubermann, Klaus (2011) Aim at the stars, reach the Nicol: the Zöllner photometer. In: Reconstructions; recreating science that technology of the past. National Museums Scotland Enterprises, Edinburgh, pp. 209-233. ISBN 9781905267484

Staubermann, Klaus (2007) Comments on Seventeenth Century Lenses and Projection. In: Inside the Camera Obscura – Optics and art under the spell of the projected image. Preprint / Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte (333). Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, pp. 141-146.

Staubermann, Klaus (2009) Geschichte erleben. Kultur und Technik (2). pp. 22-26.

Staubermann, Klaus (2009) Instrument and Image: inside the Nineteenth Century scientific lantern slide. In: Illuminating instruments. Artefacts (7). Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, pp. 3-18. ISBN 978-0978846039

Staubermann, Klaus (2018) Investigating vision - scientific instruments as historiographic tools for the understanding of the development and establishment of colour, perception and performance research at Edinburgh University, 1850–1950. Nuncius, 33. pp. 88-103. ISSN 0394-7394

Staubermann, Klaus (2016) On the NMS Masterplan. The History of Electrical Engineering Newsletter (71). pp. 1-3.

Staubermann, Klaus (2011) Reconstructions: recreating science and technology of the past. National Museums Scotland Enterprises Limited . ISBN 9781905267484

Staubermann, Klaus (2017) Review of: Ben Russell (ed.), Robots: the 500-year quest to make machines human. ICON: journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology, 23. pp. 197-199. ISSN 1361-8113

Staubermann, Klaus (2017) Review of: Klaus Hentschel; Josef Webel, eds. Geschichte und Praxis der Materialforschung an den Beispielen: Materialprüfung und Materialprüfungsanstalt (MPA) Stuttgart, Flüssigkristalle und Bildschirmtechnik sowie Supraleitung. ISIS: Journal of the History of Science Society, 108 (1). pp. 208-209. ISSN 1545-6994

Staubermann, Klaus (2017) Review of: Stephan Paetrow; Wolfgang Wimmer. Carl Zeiss: eine Biografie, 1816–1888. ISIS: Journal of the History of Science Society, 108 (3). pp. 708-709. ISSN 1545-6994

Staubermann, Klaus (2008) Technology and skill: dividing engines in the Nineteenth Century. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (99). pp. 17-19. ISSN 0956-8271

Staubermann, Klaus (2010) What machine tools can tell us about historic skills and knowledge. International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology, 80 (1). pp. 119-132. ISSN 1758-1206

Staubermann, Klaus (2010) Zur Rekonstruktion historischer Zeichenpraxis. In: Experimentelle Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Laboratorium Aufklärung (3). Wilhelm Fink, Munich, pp. 199-212. ISBN 978-3-7705-4995-5

Staubermann, Klaus and Swinney, Geoffrey N (2016) Making space for models: (re)representing engineering in Scotland’s national museum, 1854–present. International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology, 86 (1). pp. 19-41. ISSN 1758-1206

Swinney, Geoffrey N (2016) George Wilson's Map of Technology: giving shape to the ‘industrial arts’ in mid-nineteenth-century Edinburgh. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 36 (2). pp. 165-190. ISSN 1748-538x

Swinney, Geoffrey N (2019) Projecting the Museum: moving images in, and of, Scotland’s national museum. Museum history journal. ISSN 1936-9824


Taubman, Alison (2007) Collecting Broadband: the social context for the e-Scotland collection. Social History in Museums, 31. pp. 21-25. ISSN 1350-9551

Taubman, Alison (2004) One model for the care of corporate heritage: The BT Connected Earth partnership in practice since 2002. In: Conference of the European Communications Museums (CECOMM) 2004 , 25 - 27 November 2004, Museum of Communication, Bern.

Taubman, Alison (2008) Terminology and Public Access: Developing a thesaurus of telecommunication object names. In: Conference of European Communications Museums (CECOMM) 2008, 7 - 9 September 2008, A. S. Popov Central Museum of Communications, St. Petersburg.

Taubman, Alison (2009) Electric Telegraph to e-Scotland: Networking remote and rural communities. In: A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology Volume 8: Transport and Communications. A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology (8). John Donald , Edinburgh, pp. 728-748. ISBN 9781904607885

Taubman, Alison (2013) Form over function? Technology, aesthetics and identity at the National Museums Scotland. In: Analyzing art and aesthetics. Artefacts: studies in the history of science and technology (9). Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington D.C., pp. 122-131. ISBN 9781935623137

Taubman, Alison (2019) TIM, PAT and ISAAC: synthetic speech on display at the National Museum of Scotland. In: Telecomms Heritage Conference, 22 June 2019, Salford University, UK.


Wallace, Hugh, Tallon, Loic and James, Dafydd (2012) If mobile is the answer, what was the question? In: Museums and the Web 2012, 11-14 April 2012, San Diego, CA.

Wittje, Roland and Alberti, S J M M (2018) Uses and audiences for the Heritage of Contemporary Science. In: Workshop of the URHS, 15 July 2018, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, Scotland. (Unpublished)

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