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Anthropological research at the UCSB Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Practicing Anthropology. 28, 38-40.(2006).
Nano-buzz: Social Dimensions of Emerging Technologies. Anthropology News. 47, 26.(2006).
Health and Safety Practices in the Nanotechnology Workplace: Results From an International Survey. Environmental Science and Technology. 42, 3155-3262.(2008).
Politics and funding in the U.S. public biomedical R&D system. Science. 322, 1797-1798.(2008).
Scientific Training and the Creation of Scientific Knowledge. ( , Ed.).Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. 377-402.(2008).
21st century STEM careers: Communication perspectives and research opportunities. ( , Ed.).Engaging communication theory, research and pedagogy to communicate for social impact.(2009).
Anticipating the Perceived Risk of Nanotechnologies: Will They Be Like Other Controversial Nanotechnologies. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 752-758.(2009).
Deliberating the Risks of Nanotechnologies for Energy and Health Applications in the United States and United Kingdom. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 95-98.(2009).
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).
Gendered risk beliefs about emerging nanotechnologies in the US. University of Washington Center for Workforce Development.(2009).
Nanotoxicology: Characterizing the Scientific Literature: 2000-2007. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 11, 251-257.(2009).
Reflections from Dr. Barbara Herr Harthorn. A Beacon or Just a Landmark? Reflections on the 2004 Royal Society/Royal Academy of Engineering report: Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies: Opportunities and Uncertainties. 43.(2009).
Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology. AZoM.com.(2009).
Tracking the Current Rise of Chinese Pharmaceutical Bionanotechnology. Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Innovation. 4, 38.(2009).
The University of California Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology. Environmental Science and Technology. 43, 6453-6457.(2009).
Amplification of Risk. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 669-670.(2010).
Attenuation of Risk. ( , Ed.).<i>Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society</i>. 671-672.(2010).
Gender and Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 269-271.(2010).
Nanotech: Good or Bad?. The Chemical Engineer. 37-39.(2010).
Gender, Application Domain, and Ethical Dilemmas in Nano-Deliberation [White paper]. Nanotech Risk Perception Specialist Meeting.(2010).
Public participation in nanotechnology – should we care?. 2020 Science .(2010).
Exploring Ambivalence: Techno-Enthusiasm and Skepticism in US Nanotech Deliberations. ( , Ed.).Quantum Engagements: Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 75-89.(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).
From Biotech to Nanotech: Public Debates about Technological Modification of Food. Environment and Society: Advances in Research. 2, 149-169.(2011).
Innovative and Responsible Governance of Nanotechnology for Societal Development. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020. 561-618.(2011).