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Achieving Equitable Outcomes Through Emerging Technologies: A Social Empowerment Approach. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 40-46.(2012).
Conversions: Sound and Sight, Military and Civilian. ( , Ed.).Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. 224-248.(2012).
Food Security: From the Green Revolution to Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 75-85.(2012).
Implications of Nanotechnology for Labor and Employment: Assessing Nanotechnology Products in Brazil. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 140-152.(2012).
Introduction: The Promise and Perils of High-Tech Approaches to Development, introductory chapter. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 1-20.(2012).
Perspective: What have the Mass Media been Reporting on Nanotechnology Risks?. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology and the Public: Risk Perception and Risk Communication. 157-165.(2012).
Risk perception, public participation, and sustainable global development of nanotechnologies. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 188-197.(2012).
Where Nano Came From. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology and the Public: Risk Perception and Risk Communication. 9-32.(2012).
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).
Developmental state and innovation: Nanotechnology in China. Global Networks. 11, 298–314.(2011).
Nanotechnology Risk Perceptions and Communication: Emerging Technologies, Emerging Challenges. Risk Analysis (special issue). 31, 1694–1700.(2011).
The National Nanotechnology Initiative: Federal Support for Science and Technology, or Hidden Industrial Policy?. Technology in Society. 33, 109-118.(2011).
The Role of Social and Decision Sciences in Communicating Uncertain Climate Risks. Nature Climate Change. 1,(2011).
Traveling Technologies: Societal Implications of Nanotechnology through the Global Value Chain. Journal of Nano Education. 3, 36-44.(2011).
Science, Technology and Innovation Policy: High-tech Industry Growth in China. Department of Sociology .(2010).
Geoengineering the Planet: The Social and Ethical Implications. Environment. 52, 24-37.(2010).
Nanotech: Good or Bad?. The Chemical Engineer. 37-39.(2010).
21st century STEM careers: Communication perspectives and research opportunities. ( , Ed.).Engaging communication theory, research and pedagogy to communicate for social impact.(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 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).
Reflections from Prof Nick Pidgeon. A Beacon or Just a Landmark? Reflections on the 2004 Royal Society/Royal Academy of Engineering report: Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies: Opportunities and Uncertainties. pg 32.(2009).
Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology. AZoM.com.(2009).