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Methodological Challenges Posed by Emergent Nanotechnologies and Cultural Values. ( , Ed.).The Handbook of Emergent Technologies and Social Research.(2011).
Is Nanoscale Collaboration Meeting Nanotechnology’s Social Challenge? A Call for Nano-Normalcy. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 69-87.(2012).
Introduction: The Social Scientific View of Nanotechnologies. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 1-15.(2012).
Innovative and Responsible Governance of Nanotechnology for Societal Development. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020. 561-618.(2011).
Innovative and responsible governance of nanotechnology for societal development. Journal of Nanoparticle Research . 13, 3557-3590.(2011).
The hierarchy of environmental, health, and safety practices, in the US nanotechnology workplace. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 10, 487-495.(2013).
Health and Safety Practices in the Nanotechnology Workplace: Results From an International Survey. Environmental Science and Technology. 42, 3155-3262.(2008).
Governance implications of nanomaterials companies’ inconsistent risk perceptions and safety practices. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 14, 1-12.(2012).
Globalization and De-globalization in Nanotechnology Research: The Role of China. Scientometrics. 93, 439-458.(2012).
Gendered risk beliefs about emerging nanotechnologies in the US. University of Washington Center for Workforce Development.(2009).
Gender, Application Domain, and Ethical Dilemmas in Nano-Deliberation [White paper]. Nanotech Risk Perception Specialist Meeting.(2010).
Gender and Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 269-271.(2010).
From the Ground Up: Developing an Interdisciplinary Course Focusing on Materials Science and Society in Green Technologies. Journal of Materials Education. 31, 251-264.(2009).
From Biotech to Nanotech: Public Debates about Technological Modification of Food. Environment and Society: Advances in Research. 2, 149-169.(2011).
Federal Policy and the Development of Semiconductors, Computer Hardware, and Computer software: A policy Model for Climate-Change R&D?. ( , Ed.).Accelerating Energy Innovation: Lesson from Multiple Sectors. 159 - 188.(2011).
Exploring Ambivalence: Techno-Enthusiasm and Skepticism in US Nanotech Deliberations. ( , Ed.).Quantum Engagements: Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 75-89.(2011).
Different Uses, Different Responses: Exploring Emergent Cultural Values through Public Deliberation. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 195-222.(2012).
Deliberation and responsible innovation: a geoengineering case study. ( , Ed.).Responsible Innovation. 219-240.(2013).
Deliberating the Risks of Nanotechnologies for Energy and Health Applications in the United States and United Kingdom. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 95-98.(2009).
Debating Nanoethics: U.S. Public Perceptions of Nanotechnology Applications for Energy and the Environment. ( , Ed.).Debating Science: Deliberation, Values, and the Common Good. 227-249.(2012).
Conferences and the Emergence of Nanoscience. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 52-65.(2012).
The Chinese Century? Some Implications of China’s Move to High-Tech Innovation for U.S. Policy. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 134-165.(2012).
Attenuation of Risk. ( , Ed.).<i>Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society</i>. 671-672.(2010).