Simone Turchetti

Visiting Scholar (Jan 2017-Feb 2017)

PhD, Lecturer, University of Manchester

Simone Turchetti gained his PhD from the University of Manchester in 2003. Simone’s research interests cover twentieth-century science and technology, geophysics and allied disciplines, relations between scientific community and intelligence organizations, scientific migrations, historiography of science, and science policy. He teaches at masters’ level on a variety of subjects including the history of the geosciences, the development of surveillance technology, and the uses of science and technology in international relations.


No current projects were found for this scholar.

The Earth Under Surveillance (TEUS) Geophysics, Climate Change and the Cold War Legacy


Past Events

Cold War Seminar Series

Changing Channel: What is Science Diplomacy and How Could It Help Us to Better Understand Cold War Science?