Paolo BrenniA Message from the President

 

Dear Members and Friends. Welcome to the Scientific Instrument Society's website. My name is Paolo Brenni and I have been involved in the SIS since its foundation in 1983. In July 2005, I was honoured to be elected President and I repeat the pledge I made then, that I will work as much as possible with the Committee to develop the activities of the Society, to increase its worldwide membership and to maintain the high scholarly standard of the Society's Bulletin. For more than a quarter of a century now, the Scientific Instrument Society and its publications have played a very important role for historians, museum curators, collectors and enthusiasts... like you and like me. I am sure that in the future the Society will continue to be a beacon in the world of historic scientific instruments. If you're not a member yet, you can join now. Whoever you are, enjoy using our website.

The Scientific Instrument Society (SIS) was formed in April 1983 to bring together people with a specialist interest in scientific instruments, ranging from precious antiques to electronic devices only recently out of production.

Collectors, the antiques trade, museum staff, professional historians and amateur enthusiasts will all find the varied activities of the Society suited to their tastes. We have a truly international membership offering those who join the chance to link up with instrument devotees across the world.

 

 
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16 February 2015
In 2015 the Antique Scientific Instrument Fair will take place on 19 April and 25 October. More details will be announced in due course at ...

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29 December 2014
The Society’s committee is pleased to announce the itinerary for the February 2015 London study visit, on Victorian Engineering and Fire Prevention. Members wishing to book a place on this tour should send the booking form enclosed with Bulletin 123, or contact the Executive Officer, Peter Thomas (sis@sis.org.uk), by 31 January. Cost: £24 per ...

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29 December 2014
The 2015 Annual Study Tour will visit Portugal, the first time the SIS has done so for 15 years. Lisbon We expect to visit the National Museum of Natural and History of Science of the University of Lisbon, Museum of the Academy of Sciences, Pharmacy Museum, Collection of the Instituto Superior Tecnico, Astronomical Observatory of Lisbon, Aula ...

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2 December 2014
The contents page and our Editor's selection of articles from the Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (Number 123- Dec 2014 issue) are now online. To access the online content choose the Bulletin page in the Resources section or follow the ...

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21 September 2014
The contents page and our Editor's selection of articles from the Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society (Number 122- Sept 2014 issue) are now online. To access the online content choose the Bulletin page in the Resources section or follow the ...

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