CNS Publications Library

2010

  • Newfield, C. (2010). Is the Corporation a Social Partner? The Case of Nanotechnology. In Bose, P., & Lyons L. E. (Eds.),. Cultural critique and the global corporation, (pp. 215-224). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
  • Newfield, C. (2010, Oct 2010). Review of Steve Shapin, <i>The scientific life: A moral history of a late modern vocation</i>. Technology and Culture, (51)(4), (pp. 1058-1060). Retrieved from
    http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/S/bo5747715.html
  • Newfield, C., & Barnett G. (2010, January 3). The Federal Stimulus Should Support Research at Public Universities. Chronicle of Higher Education. Washington, D.C: The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from
    http://chronicle.com/article/The-Federal-Stimulus-Should/63354/
  • Parker, R. (2010, July 2010). Science, Technology and Innovation Policy: High-tech Industry Growth in China. Department of Sociology . Santa Barbara: University of California.
  • Parker, R., & Appelbaum R. P. (2010). Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Water Filtration Systems: From New Material Innovation to New Product Innovation. New Materials Innovation. Philadelphia, PA: Chemical Heritage Foundation.
  • Pidgeon, N., Harthorn B. H., & Satterfield T. A. (2010). Nanotech: Good or Bad?. The Chemical Engineer, (pp. 37-39).
  • Rogers, J. (2010). Friends of the Earth Nanotechnology Project. In Guston, D. H. (Eds.),. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, (pp. 261-262). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Rogers, J. (2010). iPod Nano. In Guston, D. H. (Eds.),. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, (pp. 363-365). London: Sage.
  • Rogers, J. (2010). Center for Nanotechnology in Society-UC Santa Barbara. In Guston, D. H. (Eds.),. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, (pp. 80-82). London: Sage.

2009

  • Cao, C., Suttmeier R., & Simon D. F. (2009). Success in State Directed Innovation? Perspectives on China's Plan for the Development of Science and Technology. In Parayil, G., & Costa A. P. D. (Eds.),. The New Asian Innovation Dynamics: China and India in Perspective, (pp. 247-264). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Choi, H., & Mody C. C. M. (2009). The Long History of Molecular Electronics: Microelectronics Origins of Nanotechnology. Social Studies of Science, (39)(1), (pp. 11-50). Retrieved from
    http://sss.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/39/1/11
  • Fagerberg, J., Mowery D. C., & Verspagen B. (2009). Innovation, path dependency and policy: the Norwegian case. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Godwin, H. A., Chopra K., Bradley K., Cohen Y., Harthorn B. H., Hoek E. M. V., et al. (2009). The University of California Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology. Environmental Science and Technology, (43)(17), (pp. 6453-6457).
  • Harthorn, B. H., Pidgeon N., & Satterfield T. A. (2009). Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology. AZoM.com AZoM.com . Retrieved from
    http://www.azonano.com/details.asp?ArticleId=2452AZoNano
  • Harthorn, B. H. (2009). Reflections from Dr. Barbara Herr Harthorn. A Beacon or Just a Landmark? Reflections on the 2004 Royal Society/Royal Academy of Engineering report: Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies: Opportunities and Uncertainties, (pp. pg 43). Retrieved from
    http://www.responsiblenanoforum.org/publications
  • Harthorn, B. H., Bryant K., & Rogers J. (2009). Gendered risk beliefs about emerging nanotechnologies in the US. University of Washington Center for Workforce Development. Seattle, WA:. Retrieved from
    http://depts.washington.edu/ntethics/symposium/index.shtml
  • Herron, P., & Lenoir T. (2009). Tracking the Current Rise of Chinese Pharmaceutical Bionanotechnology. Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Innovation, (4)(8 (October)), (pp. 38).
  • Jae-Young, C., Ramachandra G., & Kandlikar M. (2009). The impact of toxicity testing costs on nanomaterial regulation. Environmental Science and Technology, (43)(9), (pp. 3030-3034).
  • Johansson, M. (2009). Next to nothing: A Study of Scientists and their Cosmology at a Swedish Research Laboratory. ACTA, Gothenburg studies in Social Anthropology. Sweden: Gothenburg University.
  • McCray, P. W. (2009). From lab to iPod: A Story of Discovery and Commercialization in the Post-Cold War Era. Technology and Culture, (50)(1), (pp. 58-81).
  • McCray, P. W. (2009). How Spintronics Went from the Lab to the iPod. Nature Nanotechnology, (4)(1), (pp. 1-3). Retrieved from
    http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/v4/n1/full/nnano.2008.380.html
  • Mody, C., & McCray P. W. (2009). Big Whig History and Nano Narratives: Effective Innovation Policy Needs the Historical Dimension. Science Progress. Retrieved from
    http://www.scienceprogress.org/2009/04/big-whig-history-and-nano-narratives/
  • Mody, C. (2009). Instruments of Commerce and Knowledge: Probe Microscopy, 1980-2000. In Freeman, R., & Goroff D. (Eds.),. Science and Engineering Careers in the United States: An Analysis of Markets and Employment, (pp. 291-319). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Mody, C. (2009). Introduction [special issue on the history of nanotechnology]. Perspectives on Science, (17)(2), (pp. 111-122).
  • 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