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Etudes sur les sciences et les techniques

Laboratory presentation

Unit EA 1610 Studies in Science and Technology (EST), the reception team of Paris-Sud University / Paris Saclay University, is researching on the history, the didactic and the ethics of science, technology and health.
The themes and research projects of the unit are characterized by a particular attention to the circulation, the teaching, and the promulgation of the knowledge, on the one hand, as well as on the social, epistemological, cultural, ethical issues of the sciences, techniques and health in the contemporary period, on the other hand.
The unit is composed of three internal teams (two attached to the Faculty of Sciences of Orsay, the third to the Faculty of Medicine (Kremlin-Bicêtre)):
- Orsay Science History Group (GHDSO), 17 members in June 2018
- Didactics of the Sciences of Orsay (DidaScO), 7 members in June 2018
- Ethics, Science, Health, Society (ES3), 17 members in June 2018.
In addition, EST had 19 PhD students in June 2018.

The 18 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Development of new outcome measures for adult SMA type III and IV: a multimodal longitudinal study Nadine Le Forestier 05/01/21 Journal of Neurology
Genetic screening of ANXA11 revealed novel mutations linked to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Nadine Le Forestier 03/01/21 Neurobiology of Aging
Training a scientific and technical elite without selection? Evaluation at the Colegio Militar de Bogota (1848-1884) Bertrand Eychenne 01/22/21 Histoire de l'Education
Botulinum toxin therapy improves masseter spasticity in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Nadine Le Forestier 12/01/20 Revue Neurologique
Predictive factors for prognosis after gastrostomy placement in routine non-invasive ventilation users ALS patients Nadine Le Forestier 12/01/20 Scientific Reports
The training of engineers in a South American postcolonial context: The Colegio Militar of Bogota (1848-1884) Bertrand Eychenne 03/04/20 Philosophia Scientiae
To smoke or not to smoke? A qualitative study among young adults Lionel Pourtau, Elise Martin 09/01/19 Preventive Medicine Reports
Limits of technique: Ethical issues T. Haaser 07/01/19 Cancer/Radiotherapie
The spinal and cerebral profile of adult spinal-muscular atrophy: A multimodal imaging study Nadine Le Forestier 01/01/19 NeuroImage: Clinical
Cursive eye-writing with smooth-pursuit eye-movement is possible in subjects with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Nadine Le Forestier 01/01/19 Frontiers in Neuroscience
Thinking about the inseparability of research ethics, scientific integrity, and the social responsibility of science Leo Coutellec 01/01/19 Revue d'Anthropologie des Connaissances
The motor unit number index (MUNIX) profile of patients with adult spinal muscular atrophy Nadine Le Forestier 11/01/18 Clinical Neurophysiology
Une ambition éditoriale “universelle et confraternelle” : le bulletin bibliographique de L'Enseignement mathématique (1899–1920) Hélène Gispert 11/01/18 Historia Mathematica
Everolimus induced mood changes in breast cancer patients: a case-control study Sarah Dauchy 06/01/18 Investigational New Drugs
The history of science and the history of publishing - How can they complement each other? Viera Rebolledo-Dhuin 02/16/18 Philosophia Scientiae
Creating the Revue du mois: The making of a new journal during the Belle Époque Hélène Gispert 02/16/18 Philosophia Scientiae
Images diverses et partielles des sciences renvoyées par les programmes Français de deux disciplines scolaires L. Maurines, M. Fuchs-Gallezot, Marie Joëlle Ramage 01/15/18 Carrefours de l'Education
Clinical practice guidelines of the French Association for Supportive Care in Cancer and the French Society for Psycho-oncology: refusal of treatment by adults afflicted with cancer Sarah Dauchy 11/01/17 Supportive Care in Cancer

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)