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History of Science and Technology

September 2016
History of Science and Technology - EPMagazine (EPM) is an educational-scientific periodical born in 2002, made jointly by European high schools’ and universities' teachers and (mainly) students aging up to 24 years old. EPM is also an international journal that presents acceptable (targeting the scientific divulgation) papers and reviews in all areas of History of Science and Technology (HST).
The magazine is widely indexed and has an international editorial board made by a few of single autonomic Institutional Editorial Boards working cooperatively among them. This History of Science and Technology - European Pupils Magazine letter is sent to about 4,500 individuals who directly or indirectly have expressed an interest in the contribution of history of science to theoretical, curricular and pedagogical issues in science teaching, and/or interests in the promotion of innovative and more engaging and effective teaching of HST. The note is sent on to international HST, science teaching and students lists.
The note seeks to serve the diverse international community of HST scholars and teachers as well as students aging 14 to 24 by disseminating publications that connect to concerns of the HST community.
Contributions to the note (publications, conferences etc.) are welcome and should be sent direct to the Italian editor,
The purposes of EPM are mainly both scientific and educational ones. In fact, following its activities, the students learn:
  • how to perform a scientific research and how it works;
  • how a scientific magazine is produced and published;
  • how to improve personal managing skills in ICT, communication, English language, and so on;
  • how to write scientific contributions and to develop other spoken European languages and, mainly, the communicative English;
  • to work in national and international teams for common targets and communicate yearly at an ordinary meeting joining other students ad teachers of the EPM project.
We use to publish three recorded issues per year:
I.S.S.N.                       1722-6953      web edition
     I.S.S.N.                       1722-6961      printed edition
    I.S.S.N.                      1723-9001      Multimedia CD
EPM needs you as well as you need it.
So, we want ask your students (if you are a teacher-educator) or just you (if you are the one) if you prefer to be an instrument used by other people or you want to be someone who understands what has in the hand and use every kind of knowledge and information, knowing how to properly and effectively manage them. Maybe your life will get a bit more difficult, but your skills will dramatically develop better and better. Also we can promise you although, and lots of people can confirm it, that it could be an unforgettable experience, anyway.
If you want to be the man/woman who knows every reason of scientific phenomena and be capable to use the available instruments, stop postponed the day when you get up, and act now, joining EPMagazine.
If you want, it is easily possible to join us choosing one of three possible ways:
EPM Editorial Board Member: means to be a full component, with responsibilities about every kind of tasks and activities needed for the editorial work (managing and publishing at least one issue per year, included). The EPM Editorial Board Member’s activities include everything performed both by Co-operators and Contributors, too.
Co-operator: means to be an EPMember helping in any way the EPM Editorial Board (i.e.: organizing meetings, to help/find effective support, enlarging the list of actual co-operators, contributors and readers, advertise EPM, contributing with good scientific articles, managing web sites – local as well as the official one, and so on), excluding to publish the issues, arranged by Editorial Boards, only.
Contributor: means to produce and submit articles, news and fun pages in order to be reviewed and, possibly, published if suitable.
The HST - European Pupils Magazine Editorial Board welcomes research scholars, scientists and mainly students aging up to 24 years old from different domains aimed toward the History of Science and Technology (HST) in the sphere of Open Access scientific educational publications.
Through the incorporation of scientific researchers and industrial practitioners, as well as bright and motivated students, Call for papers by HST - European Pupils Magazine becomes another achievement of its contribution towards the success of spreading and disseminating scientific research, and science and technological advancement, trying to cancel many possible misunderstandings most people have about S. & T.
The purpose of this Call for Papers is to distribute original scientific papers, facts, and knowledge through broad assortment of contributions in the fields of HST - History of Science and Technology (Computing, Information Systems, Robotics, Engineering Technology, Pharmacy, Medical Sciences, Applied Sciences, Mathematics, Educational Epistemology, Agriculture, Food Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences, and so on). European Pupils Magazine always seek to publish an unbiased and balanced mix of high quality theoretical or experiential research articles, case studies, book reviews, proposals, analysis, surveys, tutorials, opinions, commentaries, essays, editorials as well as pedagogical and curricular issues that meets the general criteria of significance and scientific knowledge and understanding.
We invite you to submit manuscripts after reading the key notes for authors you find in the files you may download by the following address:
Our objective is to notify authors about the decision on their manuscript(s) within four weeks of submission. Following approval, a paper will normally be published in the next issue.
HST - European Pupils Magazine is fully committed to the Open Access Initiative and all articles will be available freely worldwide as soon as they are published.
HST - European Pupils Magazine invites competent scholars and academicians as well as students to voluntarily join its review/editorial board. For more information on HST - European Pupils Magazine ask to and/or the website
The papers submitted to the journal (always addressed to are hopefully refereed within three months. Upon acceptance the papers are published online and on paper-editions within four months.
In EPM they have to be submitted articles about HST facts, because it is important to know the historical and/or development paths to better focus and understand the present as well as the future of each scientific-technological topic.
You can find other criteria in Check form articles, file at You can find further guidelines  notes on the third cover page of the last published EPM issue at
All articles have to be written according to specific criteria. Some of them are:
  • has to be scientific and authoritative. You can include in bibliography universities and research centres’ websites, for example. Instead, are prohibited blogs and other private websites, even managed by “doctors”, “professors” or “specialists”. Remember also that if you include in the bibliography for example four web addresses of a single web page, in reality they are to be considered like one bibliographic source. So, bibliography has to contain six or seven sources at least (better more).
  • Web addresses have to be working. For pictures it is necessary an iconography list with the same structure of the bibliographic notes.
  • It is not tolerated submit plagiarized articles. All submitted articles have to be original and they never have been published or submitted to other magazines or anywhere. Every temptative of plagiarism will be persecuted. The referred teachers of students will take care there is nothing wrong.
For more info how join EPMagazine, contact us by email
By an incredible technological progress and amazing discoveries, every day we get up so immersed in technology, that we don't realize the little miracle happening when we turn on the lights, open the water tap or make a coffee. Behind every little action there is a long unknown history. Often we forget the importance of someone, in the past, who sacrifices everything for what he believed in.

Here there are some useful links and mail addresses: