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China's (Not So Hidden) Developmental State: Becoming a Leading Nanotechnology Innovator in the Twenty-first Century. ( , Ed.).State of Innovation: The U.S. Government's Role in Technology Development. 217-235.(2011).
Deliberation and responsible innovation: a geoengineering case study. ( , Ed.).Responsible Innovation. 219-240.(2013).
Does Solar Energy Need a New Innovation Model? The Case of Germany. ( , Ed.).Little by Little: Expansions of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 135-155.(2012).
Nanotechnologies and Upstream Public Engagement: Dilemmas, Debates and Prospects?. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 247-283.(2012).
Nanotechnology and the U.S. National Innovation System: Continuity and Change. ( , Ed.).Understanding Nanotechnology . 85-99.(2010).
Nanotechnology as Industrial Policy: China and the United States. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 111-133.(2012).
News Media Frame Novel Technologies in a Familiar Way: Nanotechnology, Applications, and Progress. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 223-240.(2012).
Political Consumerism: Citizen Activism in Response to Climate Change and other Environmental Problems. ( , Ed.).Climate Change Policy and the Role of Society.(Forthcoming).
Public Responses to Nanotechnology: Risks to the Social Fabric?. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 241-264.(2012).
Success in State Directed Innovation? Perspectives on China's Plan for the Development of Science and Technology. ( , Ed.).The New Asian Innovation Dynamics: China and India in Perspective. 247-264.(2009).
A Transatlantic Conversation on Responsible Innovation and Responsible Governance. ( , Ed.).Little by Little: Expansions of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 169-180.(2012).
Conference Papers and Proceedings
Setting an Agenda for the Social Studies of Nanotechnology . Symposium on the Social Studies of Nanotechnology.(2008).
Anticipating the Perceived Risk of Nanotechnologies: Will They Be Like Other Controversial Nanotechnologies. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 752-758.(2009).
China’s Nanotechnology Patent Landscape: An Analysis of Invention Patents Filed with the State Intellectual Property Office. Nanotechnology Law and Business. 6, 524-539.(2009).
Deliberating Stratospheric Aerosols for Climate Geoengineering and the SPICE Project. Nature Climate Change. 3,(2013).
Developmental state and innovation: Nanotechnology in China. Global Networks. 11, 298–314.(2011).
Exploring early responses to geoengineering. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (A). 307, 4176-4196.(2012).
Failure to Launch: Tarui Yasuo, the Quadrupole Transistor, and the Meanings of the IC in Postwar Japan. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. 34, 48-59.(2012).
From Material Science to Nanotechnology: Institutions, Communities, and Disciplines at Cornell University, 1960-2000. Historical Studies in Natural Sciences. 43, 121-161.(2013).
Geoengineering the Climate: The Social and Ethical Implications. Environment. 52, 24-37.(2010).
Governance implications of nanomaterials companies’ inconsistent risk perceptions and safety practices. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 14, 1-12.(2012).
Health and Safety Practices in the Nanotechnology Workplace: Results From an International Survey. Environmental Science and Technology. 42, 3155-3262.(2008).
The hierarchy of environmental, health, and safety practices, in the US nanotechnology workplace. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 10, 487-495.(2013).