CNS Publications Library

2009

  • Mowery, D. C. (2009). Notes in IPR and US economic 'catch-up'. Graduate Institute for Policy Studies Conference on Intellectual Property Rights and Economic "Catch-up". Tokyo, Japan: Oxford University Press.
  • Mowery, D. C. (2009). National Security and National Innovation Systems. Journal of Technology Transfer, (34)(5), (pp. 455-473). Retrieved from
    http://ideas.repec.org/a/kap/jtecht/v34y2009i5p455-473.html
    doi: 10.1007/s10961-008-9100-4
  • Mowery, D. C. (2009). Pioneering Inventors or Thicket-Builders: Which U.S. Firms Use Continuations in Patenting?. Management Science. Retrieved from
    http://mansci.journal.informs.org/content/55/7/1214.abstract
    doi: 10.1287/mnsc.1090.1016
  • Mowery, D. C. (2009). What Does Economic Theory Tell us about Mission-Oriented R&D?. In Foray, D. (Eds.),. The New Economics of Technology Policy, (pp. 131-148). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. Retrieved from
    http://books.google.com/books?id=oscVXoJRKiMC&pg=PA131&lpg=PA131&dq=What+Does+Economic+Theory+Tell+us+about+Mission-Oriented+R%26D?&source=bl&ots=-XzyRmpgw0&sig=aqth-mqNecoVXFIoW7q53us41kw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=sS1ET5GeMeiniQKh_KiwDg&ved=0CDAQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=W
  • Murr, M. M., Patterson S. E., Hu E. L., Goodchild F. M., & McCray P. W. (2009). From the Ground Up: Developing an Interdisciplinary Course Focusing on Materials Science and Society in Green Technologies. Journal of Materials Education, (31)(5/6), (pp. 251-264).
  • Newfield, C. (2009). L'Université et la revanche des 'élites' aux États-Unis. La Revue Internationale Des Livres & Des Idées, (Mai-Juin), (pp. 28-29). Retrieved from
    http://www.revuedeslivres.onoma6.com/articles.php?idArt=343&PHPSESSID=aa98c1a96f1948857baec45dd800e67d
  • Newfield, C. (2009). Structure et silence du cognitariat. Multitudes, (39)(October), (pp. 69-78). Retrieved from
    http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2010-02-05-newfield-en.html
  • Newfield, C. (2009). Risky Business: Why Public Is Losing to Private in American Research. Polygraph, (21)(October), (pp. 77-95).
  • Ostrowski, A. D., Martin T., Conti J. A., Hurt I., & Harthorn B. H. (2009). Nanotoxicology: Characterizing the Scientific Literature: 2000-2007. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, (11), (pp. 251-257).
  • Parker, R., Ridge C., Cao C., & Appelbaum R. P. (2009). China’s Nanotechnology Patent Landscape: An Analysis of Invention Patents Filed with the State Intellectual Property Office. Nanotechnology Law and Business, (6)(Winter), (pp. 524-539).
  • Pidgeon, N., Harthorn B. H., Bryant K., & Rogers-Hayden T. (2009). Deliberating the Risks of Nanotechnologies for Energy and Health Applications in the United States and United Kingdom. Nature Nanotechnology, (4)(2), (pp. 95-98). Retrieved from
    http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/v4/n2/full/nnano.2008.362.html
    doi: 10.1038/nnano.2008.362
  • Pidgeon, N. (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, (pp. 32). Retrieved from
    http://www.responsiblenanoforum.org/publications
  • Satterfield, T. A., Kandlikar M., Beaudrie C., Conti J. A., & Harthorn B. H. (2009). Anticipating the Perceived Risk of Nanotechnologies: Will They Be Like Other Controversial Nanotechnologies. Nature Nanotechnology, (4), (pp. 752-758).
  • Weaver, D. A., Lively E., & Bimber B. (2009). Searching for a Frame: Media Tell the Story of Technological Progress, Risk, and Regulation in the Case of Nanotechnology. Science Communication, (31)(2), (pp. 139-166).

2008

  • Appelbaum, R. P., & Parker R. (2008). China's Bid to be the Global Nanotech Leader: Advancing Nanotechnology Through State-Led Programs and International Collaborations. Science and Public Policy, (35)(5), (pp. 319-334).
  • Choi, H. (2008). Setting an Agenda for the Social Studies of Nanotechnology [white paper]. Symposium on the Social Studies of Nanotechnology. Wharton School:.
  • Choi, H. (2008, April 22). Maddin, Robert Oral History Interview. Philadelphia, PA: Chemical Heritage Foundation.
  • Conti, J. A., Killpack K., Gerritzen G., Huang L., Mircheva M., Delmas M., et al. (2008). Health and Safety Practices in the Nanotechnology Workplace: Results From an International Survey. Environmental Science and Technology, (42)(9), (pp. 3155-3262). Retrieved from
    http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/esthag/asap/abs/es702158q.html
  • Hegde, D., & Mowery D. C. (2008). Politics and funding in the U.S. public biomedical R&D system. Science, (322)(5909), (pp. 1797-1798). doi: 10.1126/science.1158562
  • Lenoir, T., & Gianella E. (2008). Technological Platforms and the Layers of Patent Data. In Gianella, E., Biagioli M., Jaszi P., & Woodmansee M. (Eds.),. Con/Texts of Invention: Creative Production in Legal and Cultural Perspective. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Macher, J. T., & Mowery D. C. (2008). Introduction: Running Faster to Keep Up. Running Faster to Keep Up: Globalization of R&D and U.S Economic Welfare National Academies Press.
  • McCarty, P., Lively E., Weaver D. A., Mohr J., & Bimber B. (2008). The Role of Governmental and Non-Governmental Institutions in Framing Nanotechnology as a Social Issue. Santa Barbara, CA:.
  • McCray, P. W. (2008). It’s Just Like That, Except Different. The Power of Analogy In Describing Nanotechnology. Science Progress. Retrieved from
    http://www.scienceprogress.org/2008/05/its-just-like-that-except-different/
  • Mody, C. (2008). Scientific Training and the Creation of Scientific Knowledge. In Hackett, E. J., Amsterdamska O., Lynch M., & Wajcman J. (Eds.),. Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, (pp. 377-402). Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Mody, C. (2008). How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, the Nuclear Reactor, the Computer, Ham Radio, and Recombinant DNA. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, (38)(3), (pp. 451-461).