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Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology. AZoM.com.(2009).
Anthropological research at the UCSB Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Practicing Anthropology. 28, 38-40.(2006).
Anticipating the Perceived Risk of Nanotechnologies: Will They Be Like Other Controversial Nanotechnologies. Nature Nanotechnology. 4, 752-758.(2009).
From Biotech to Nanotech: Public Debates about Technological Modification of Food. Environment and Society: Advances in Research. 2, 149-169.(2011).
Governance implications of nanomaterials companies’ inconsistent risk perceptions and safety practices. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 14, 1-12.(2012).
Innovative and responsible governance of nanotechnology for societal development. Journal of Nanoparticle Research . 13, 3557-3590.(2011).
Is nanotechnology Changing Scientific Collaboration? Survey Evidence from a Nano-Oriented Campus. Nature Nanotechnology.(2009).
Nanotech: Good or Bad?. The Chemical Engineer. 37-39.(2010).
Nanotechnology Risk Perceptions and Communication: Emerging Technologies, Emerging Challenges. Risk Analysis (special issue). 31, 1694–1700.(2011).
Photosensitized NO Release from Water-Soluble Nanoparticle Assemblies. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 129, 2.(2007).
Quantum Dot Fluorescence Quenching Pathways with Cr(III) Complexes. Photosensitized NO Production from trans-Cr(cyclam)(ONO)2+. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130, 168-175.(2008).
Vulnerability and Social Justice as Factors in Emergent US Nanotechnology Risk Perceptions . Risk Analysis . 31, 1734–1748.(2011).
Conference Papers and Proceedings
Gender, Application Domain, and Ethical Dilemmas in Nano-Deliberation [White paper]. Nanotech Risk Perception Specialist Meeting.(2010).
21st century STEM careers: Communication perspectives and research opportunities. ( , Ed.).Engaging communication theory, research and pedagogy to communicate for social impact.(2009).
Cap-and-Trade, Emissions Taxes, and Innovation.. ( , Ed.).Innovation Policy and the Economy. 11,(2011).
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).
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).
Exploring Ambivalence: Techno-Enthusiasm and Skepticism in US Nanotech Deliberations. ( , Ed.).Quantum Engagements—Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies.(2011).
Innovative and Responsible Governance of Nanotechnology for Societal Development. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020. 561-618.(2011).
IPR and US Economic Catchup. ( , Ed.).Intellectual property rights, development, and catch-up . 31-62.(2010).
Promise and Prospects of Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).The Evolving Role of Science and Technology in Foreign Relations: Implications for International Affairs in the 21st Century.(2010).
Risk perception, public participation, and sustainable global development of nanotechnologies. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 188-197.(2012).
Risk, Uncertainty and Social Controversy: From Risk Perception and Communication to Public Engagement. ( , Ed.).Uncertainty and Risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives. 349-361.(2008).