CNS Publications Library


  • Erkal, N., & Scotchmer S. (2007). Scarcity of Ideas and Options to Invest in R&D (paper E07-348). Berkeley, CA: Institute of Business and Economic Research. Retrieved from
  • Kandlikar, M., Ramachandran G., Maynard A., Murdock B., & Toscano W. (2007). Health Risk Assessment for Nanoparticles: A Case for Using Expert Judgment. Journal of Nanoparticle Research , (9)(1), (pp. 137-156).
  • McCray, P. W. (2007). MBE deserves a place in the history books. Nature Nanotechnology, (2)(5), (pp. 259-261). Retrieved from
  • McCray, P. W., Mody C. C. M., & Roberts J. (2007). Letter to the Editor Regarding Nanoethics. The New Atlantis, (17)(Summer).
  • Mody, C. (2007). Some Thoughts on Why History Matters in Understanding the Social Issues of Nanotechnology and Other Converging Technologies. Nanoethics.
  • Neuman, D., Ostrowski A. D., Absalonson R. O., Strouse G. F., & Ford P. C. (2007). Photosensitized NO Release from Water-Soluble Nanoparticle Assemblies. Journal of the American Chemical Society, (129)(14), (pp. 2).
  • Newfield, C. (2007). Passé et passif de l'enseignement supérieur américain. Le Monde Diplomatique, (Septembre 2009), (pp. 6-7). Retrieved from
  • Pidgeon, N., & Rogers-Hayden T. (2007). Opening up Nanotechnology Dialogue with the Publics: Risk Communication or ‘Upstream Engagement’?. Health, Risk & Society, Special Issue, (9)(2), (pp. 191-210). Retrieved from
    doi: 10.1080/13698570701306906
  • Rogers-Hayden, T., Mohr A., & Pidgeon N. (2007). Introduction: Engaging with Nanotechnologies – Engaging Differently?. Nanoethics, Special Issue, (1)(2), (pp. 123-176).


  • Harthorn, B. H. (2006). Nano-buzz: Social Dimensions of Emerging Technologies. Anthropology News, (47)(7), (pp. 26) John Wiley & Sons Inc. Retrieved from
    doi: 10.1525/an.2006.47.7.26
  • Harthorn, B. H., McCray P. W., & Satterfield T. A. (2006). Anthropological research at the UCSB Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Practicing Anthropology, (28)(2), (pp. 38-40).
  • Lenoir, T., & Giannella E. (2006). The Emergence and Diffusion of DNA Microarray Technology. Jenkins Collaboratory for New Technologies in Society, (1), (pp. 11). Retrieved from
    doi: 1747-5333-1-11 [pii] 10.1186/1747-5333-1-11
  • Mody, C. (2006). Corporations, Universities, and Instrumental Communities: Commercializing Probe Microscopy, 1981–1996. Technology and Culture, (47)(1), (pp. 38-40).
  • Mody, C. (2006). Nanotechnology and the Modern University. Practicing Anthropology, (47)(1), (pp. 56-80).
  • Newfield, C. (2006). Nano-Punk for Tomorrow's People . Tomorrow's People Conference . James Martin Institute, Said Business School, Oxford University:.
  • Pidgeon, N. (2006). Opportunities and Uncertainties: The British Nanotechnologies Report and the Case for Upstream Societal Dialogue. In Andersson, K. (Eds.),. Valdor 2006: values in decisions on risk: proceedings, (pp. 371-378). Stockholm: Congrex Sweden.
  • Pidgeon, N. (2006). Risk and uncertainty. Trust in science: The Dialogue With Society, (pp. 40-45). Berlin: Ernst Schering Foundation and the British Council.
  • Rogers-Hayden, T., & Pidgeon N. (2006). Reflecting Upon the UK's citizens' Jury on Nanotechnologies: Nano Jury UK. Nanotechnology Law and Business, (2)(3), (pp. 167-178). Retrieved from


  • Fabrizio, K. R., & Mowery D. C. (2005). Defense-Related R&D and the Growth of the Postwar Information Technology Industrial Complex in the United States. Revue d'économie industrielle, (112)(112), (pp. 27-44). Retrieved from
  • McCray, P. W. (2005). Will Small Be Beautiful? Making Policies for Our Nanotech Future. History and Technology, (21)(2), (pp. 177-203).