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21st century STEM careers: Communication perspectives and research opportunities. ( , Ed.).Engaging communication theory, research and pedagogy to communicate for social impact.(2009).
Climbing the Hill: Seeing (and Not Seeing) Epochal Breaks from Multiple Vantage Points. ( , Ed.).Science Transformed?: Debating Claims of an Epochal Break. 54-65.(2011).
Conversions: Sound and Sight, Military and Civilian. ( , Ed.).Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. 224-248.(2012).
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).
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.(2011).
Instruments of Commerce and Knowledge: Probe Microscopy, 1980-2000. ( , Ed.).Science and Engineering Careers in the United States: An Analysis of Markets and Employment. 291-319.(2009).
Introduction: Running Faster to Keep Up. Running Faster to Keep Up: Globalization of R&D and U.S Economic Welfare.(2008).
IPR and US Economic Catchup. ( , Ed.).Intellectual property rights, development, and catch-up . 31-62.(2010).
Nanotechnology and the U.S. National Innovation System: Continuity and Change. ( , Ed.).Understanding Nanotechnology . 85-99.(2010).
Scientific Training and the Creation of Scientific Knowledge. ( , Ed.).Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. 377-402.(2008).
What Does Economic Theory Tell us about Mission-Oriented R&D?. ( , Ed.).The New Economics of Technology Policy .(2009).
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).
Conference Papers and Proceedings
Notes in IPR and US economic 'catchup'. Graduate Institute for Policy Studies Conference on Intellectual Property Rights and Economic "Catchup".(2009).
Alfred Chandler and Knowledge Management Within the Firm. Industrial and Corporate Change. 19, 483–507.(2010).
Anthropological research at the UCSB Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Practicing Anthropology. 28, 38-40.(2006).
Bibliometry and Nanotechnology: A Meta Analysis. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 78, 1174-1182.(2011).
Corporations, Universities, and Instrumental Communities: Commercializing Probe Microscopy, 1981–1996. Technology and Culture. 47, 38-40.(2006).
Defense-Related R&D and the Growth of the Postwar Information Technology Industrial Complex in the United States. Revue d'économie industrielle. 112, 27-44.(2005).
Forbidding/Forebonding Nanoscience. Science and Engineering Ethics.(2006).
From lab to iPod: A Story of Discovery and Commercialization in the Post-Cold War Era. Technology and Culture. 50, 58-81.(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).