“Situating Chemistry” is an international network for collaborative research which was initially funded with a grant from the Humanities Internationalization Programme of The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Situating Chemistry was established in the autumn of 2012 to examine chemistry as a contextually situated, hybrid field of material and knowledge production.
Accessing the database
We intend to make the database widely available. If you want to have access to it, either to contribute to it or just to view material, please contact John Perkins, jperkins [at] brookes [dot] ac [dot] uk, and John Stewart, johnstewart [at] ou [dot] edu, explaining why you want to use it and the level of access that you require. The levels are: visitor, data entry person, authenticated user, and administrator.
When you receive an email saying that your request for access has been approved you should click on ‘Log in’ on the Home Page, then click on ‘Create a new account’ and follow the instructions.
When your account has been created, you will receive an email saying that it has been activated. You should then download the User Manual before using the database
Please Note. By accessing the database users agree to follow the procedures and guidelines outlined in the current and any subsequent editions of the User Manual, to respect the privacy and data of other users and, in particular, not to use information from the database without the prior agreement of the contributors of the data. Failure to do so will result in access being suspended.