Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de Neuchâtel

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Volume 24 (1895-1896) _
Article: Recherches sur le calcul des forces perturbatrices dans la théorie des perturbations séculaires 3 Download as PDF
Article: La variole et les vaccinations à Budapest 45 Download as PDF
Article: Les sapins sans branches de Chaumont 49 Download as PDF
Article: Sphéromètre à contact de grande précision 54 Download as PDF
Article: Les anthères des gentianes 57 Download as PDF
Article: Coup d'œil sur les formes et les relations orographiques que déterminent les Faciès du Malm dans le Jura 67 Download as PDF
Article: Chemin de fer à Crémaillère entre Neuchâtel et Chaumont 77 Download as PDF
Article: La Raisse 88 Download as PDF
Article: Hydrologie des sources de la Raisse 91 Download as PDF
Article: Utilisation des eaux de la Raisse 105 Download as PDF
Article: Lettres inédites de Louis Agassiz 111 Download as PDF
Article: L'épiderme des plantes et ses appendices 126 Download as PDF
Article: La géométrie non-euclidienne 137 Download as PDF
Article: L'avalanche de l'Altels 149 Download as PDF
Article: Le lait stérilisé 177 Download as PDF
Article: Observations sur des vins malades 190 Download as PDF
Article: Sur le rendement de quelques vignes du Canton et ses rapports avec divers phénomènes météorologiques 193 Download as PDF
Article: Niveau des lacs de Neuchâtel, Bienne et Morat en 1895 197 Download as PDF
Article: Notes explicatives concernant les jaugeages de la Serrière 199 Download as PDF
Association News: Séance de la Société des Sciences Naturelles 203 Download as PDF
Obituary: Matthäus Hipp : 1813-1893 212 Download as PDF
Association News: Extrait des procès-verbaux des séances 241 Download as PDF
Association News: Liste des ouvrages reçus par la Société 267 Download as PDF
Table of Contents 277 Download as PDF
Article: Rapport du directeur de l'Observatoire cantonal à la commission d'inspection pour l'année 1895 1 Download as PDF
Article: Rapport du directeur de l'Observatoire cantonal de Neuchâtel au département de l'Industrie et de l'Agriculture sur le concours des chronomètres observés pendant l'année 1895 1 Download as PDF
Association News: Procès-verbal de la 39e séance de la commission géodésique Suisse 1 Download as PDF

Then, eleven years after it was founded, the SNSN published the content of its debates in order to "provide a quick way of publicising observations which are likely to interest the scientifically minded general public."

Today, the Bulletin is a scientific journal in ist own right. Publishing the results of research undertaken by SNSN members alongside scientific reports, it now offers much more than just debates in summary form. Neither has it forgotten ist non-specialist audience, with the first two pages of each issue devoted to an article providing general information. The Bulletin is published once a year in one or, more rarely, two volumes.

The SNSN also works to further the scientific study of the Canton of Neuchâtel. For this reason, the editors of the Bulletin seek out articles on the Neuchâtel region and promote them for publication.

The Société neuchâteloise des sciences naturelles (Neuchâtel Society of Natural Sciences, or SNSN) aims to inform as broad a public as possible about the latest scientific findings in different research disciplines. It does this by organising an annual cycle of conferences complemented by visits to laboratories, museums, botanical gardens, companies, archaeological digs and areas of natural beauty.

The SNSN works together with the following institutions: the University of Neuchâtel, to which the majority of its committee members belong; the Neuchâtel Museum of Natural History, which undertakes some of the administration work; and the Public and University Library and the Swiss Academy of Sciences, which are responsible for distributing and exchanging copies of the Bulletins.

The Société neuchâteloise des sciences naturelles was founded in 1832 in Neuchâtel through the efforts of a group of scientists that included Louis Agassiz, Henri de Joannis and Henri Ladame, three names that would reappear in 1840 as professors at the first Académie, later to become the university. The SNSN started life as a narrow scientific circle in which experts debated the issues of the day in the fields of medicine, zoology, botany, geology, mathematics, engineering and horology.

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  • Bibliothèque publique et universitaire
  • Place Numa-Droz 3
  • Case postale 1916
  • CH-2000 Neuchâtel

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Title:Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise des Sciences Naturelles
Period:1897-ff
Title:Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de Neuchâtel
Period:1843-1897

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