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Introduction: Running Faster to Keep Up. Running Faster to Keep Up: Globalization of R&D and U.S Economic Welfare.(2008).
The “Non-Globalization” of Innovation in the Semiconductor Industry. California Management Review. 50, 27.(2007).
The “Non-Globalization” of Innovation in the Semiconductor Industry. Running Faster to Keep Up: Globalization of R&D and U.S Economic Welfare. 217-243.(2008).
California Dreamin': Visioneering the Technological Future. ( , Ed.).Minds and Matters: Technology in California and the West. 347-378.(2012).
How Spintronics Went from the Lab to the iPod. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 1-3.(2009).
MBE deserves a place in the history books. Nature Nanotechnology. 2, 259-261.(2007).
When Space Travel and Nanotechnology Met at the Fountains of Paradise. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 37-51.(2012).
Correspondence: Debating Nanoethics. The New Atlantis. 17(Summer),(2007).
From L-5 to X-Prize. ( , Ed.).Blue Sky Metropolis: Aerospace and Southern California. 171-193.(2012).
From lab to iPod: A Story of Discovery and Commercialization in the Post-Cold War Era. Technology and Culture. 50, 58-81.(2009).
Will Small Be Beautiful? Making Policies for Our Nanotech Future. History and Technology. 21, 177-203.(2005).
Globalization and De-globalization in Nanotechnology Research: The Role of China. Scientometrics. 93, 439-458.(2012).
Corporations, Universities, and Instrumental Communities: Commercializing Probe Microscopy, 1981–1996. Technology and Culture. 47, 38-40.(2006).
Microscopies, Exotic.. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 419-421.(2010).
Interdisciplinary Research Centers. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 348-350.(2010).
Test Objects and Other Epistemic Things: A History of a Nanoscale Object . British Journal for the History of Science . 43, 423-58.(2010).
Microscopy, Scanning Tunneling. ( , Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. 424-425.(2010).
Conversions: Sound and Sight, Military and Civilian. ( , Ed.).Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. 224-248.(2012).