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CNS Conference and Workshops
The Latin American Nanotechnology & Society Network (ReLANS), in association with the MacArthur Foundation Chair in Global and International Studies and Sociology at the University of...
Jun2420138:30a - 5:00pThe Upham Hotel Garden Room
Monday June 24 (Upham)
8:30- 9:15: Workshop Introduction; workshop format; statement of goals and the “problematic”
9:15-10:00: Richard John (...
Nov19201212:00pm-2:00pmMosher Alumni House
Oct222012University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands
The fourth annual meeting of The Society for the...
Oct172012Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark
The Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) will be held jointly with European Associarion for the Study...
Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET 2011)Nov72011Tempe, Arizona
Information about this conference, including the complete program and presentation abstracts, can be found by clicking on the S.NET logo below.
States of Innovation: Where Are We After 10 years of Nanotechnology Policy? The Case of Renewable EnergyApr292010Lyon, France
To facilitate the promises of nanotechnology for the benefit of society, the last decade has seen major changes in innovation policy and practice. Approaches differ from country to country, but most have dedicated significant funding to accompany...
Jan292010The Upham Hotel, Santa Barbara
The purpose of the meeting is to move forward theoretical and empirical knowledge about nanotech risk perception and communication. Early empirical work on public understandings of nanotechnology has largely progressed without extensive...
Emerging technologies hold the promise of solving some of the world’s most critical problems. Nanotechnology, along with information technology, biotechnology and other new technologies, has great potential for addressing such...
Sep102008CNSI / Elings Hall, UCSB campus
An educators' workshop on designing undergraduate courses that integrate
Nanotechnology and Society. The event was cosponsored by CNSI and
the NSF Center for Nanotechnology in Society (CNS-UCSB).
Nov152007University of California, Santa Barbara
This conference brought together union leaders, human resource managers, social scientists, media, public policy officials, and science experts to examine issues relating to potential risks involved for nanotechnology workers - both in...