CNS Publications Library


  • Rogers-Brown, J., Shearer C., Harthorn B. H., & Martin T. (2012). Different Uses, Different Responses: Exploring Emergent Cultural Values through Public Deliberation. In Harthorn, B. H., & Mohr J. (Eds.),. The Social Life of Nanotechnology, (pp. 195-222). New York: Routledge.
  • Shearer, C. (2012). The Political Ecology of Adaptation Assistance: Alaska Natives, Displacement, and Relocation. The Journal of Political Ecology, (19), (pp. 174-183).
  • Shearer, C. (2012). From Kivalina A Climate change story. In Bannerjee, S. (Eds.),. Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point, (pp. 207-220). New York: Seven Stories Press.
  • Shearer, C. (2012). The Social Construction of Alaska native Vulnerability to Climate Change. Race, Gender, and Class, (19)(1-2), (pp. 61-79).
  • Shearer, C. (2012). Book Reviews: Kari Marie Norgaard's Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions, and Everyday Life. Race, Gender, and Class, (19)(1-2).
  • Simakova, E. (2012). Making nano matter: An inquiry into the discourses of governable science. Science, Technology, & Human Values, (37)(6), (pp. 604-626).
  • Walsh, J., & Ridge C. (2012). Knowledge Production and Nanotechnology: Characterizing American Dissertation Research, 1999-2009. Technology in Society, (34)(2), (pp. 127-137). Retrieved from
  • Xia, T., Malasarn D., Lin S., Ji Z., Zhang H., Miller R. J., et al. (2012). Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Approach to Solve Complex Nano EHS problems by the UC Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology. Small. doi: 10.1002/smll.201201700


  • Appelbaum, R. P. (2011). Will China Eat Our Lunch? Review of Denis Fred Simon and Cong Cao, <i>China’s Emerging Technological Edge</i>. Asia Policy, (pp. 160-64).
  • Appelbaum, R. P., Parker R., & Cao C. (2011). Developmental state and innovation: Nanotechnology in China. Global Networks, (11)(3), (pp. 298–314). Retrieved from
    doi: 10.1111/j.1471-0374.2011.00327.x
  • Appelbaum, R. P., Parker R., Cao C., & Gereffi G. (2011). China's (Not So Hidden) Developmental State: Becoming a Leading Nanotechnology Innovator in the Twenty-first Century. In Block, F., & Keller M. R. (Eds.),. State of Innovation: The U.S. Government's Role in Technology Development, (pp. 217-235). Boulder, CO : Paradigm Press.
  • Barnett, G. (2011). Recombinant Innovation. Review of Genentech The Beginnings of Biotech by Sally Smith. Science , (334)(6062), (pp. 1497-1497). Retrieved from
    doi: 10.1126/science.1215785
  • Beaudrie, C., & Kandlikar M. (2011). Horses for Courses: Risk Information and Decision Making in the Regulation of Nanomaterials. Journal of Nanoparticle Research , (Special Focus: Governance of Nanobiotechnology)(DOI 10.1007/s11051-011-0234-1), (pp. 1-12). Retrieved from
  • Beaudrie, C., Kandlikar M., & Ramachandran G. (2011). Using Expert Judgment for Risk Assessment. In Ramachandran, G. (Eds.),. Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health, (pp. 110-138). Maryland Heights, MO: Elsevier. Retrieved from
  • Brock, D. (2011). The Uncertain Future of Moore’s Law - The Rise of 3-D Transistors and What it Means for Technology in the 21st Century. Science Progress, (pp. 1-5). Retrieved from
  • Conti, J. A., Satterfield T. A., & Harthorn B. H. (2011). Vulnerability and Social Justice as Factors in Emergent US Nanotechnology Risk Perceptions . Risk Analysis , (31)(11), (pp. 1734–1748). Retrieved from
    doi: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2011.01608.x
  • Dillemuth, J., Frederick S., Parker R., Gereffi G., & Appelbaum R. P. (2011). Traveling Technologies: Societal Implications of Nanotechnology through the Global Value Chain. Journal of Nano Education, (3)(1-2), (pp. 36-44). Retrieved from
  • Eisler, M. N. (2011). Energy Innovation at Nanoscale: Case Study of an Emergent Industry. Science Progress, (pp. 1-6). Retrieved from
  • Foladori, G. (2011). Participación militar estadounidense en la ciencia y tecnología de México. Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad, (19)(7), (pp. 1-29).
  • Foladori, G. (2011). U.S. Military Involvement in Mexican Science and Technology.. GlobalResearchCA Global Research. Retrieved from
  • Friedman, S., & Egolf B. (2011). A Longitudinal Study of Newspaper and Wire Service Coverage of Nanotechnology Risks. Risk Analysis, (31)(11), (pp. 1701-1717). Retrieved from
  • Harthorn, B. H., Shearer C., & Rogers J. (2011). Exploring Ambivalence: Techno-Enthusiasm and Skepticism in US Nanotech Deliberations. In Zuelsdorf, T. (Eds.),. Quantum Engagements: Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, (pp. 75-89). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Harthorn, B. H. (2011). Methodological Challenges Posed by Emergent Nanotechnologies and Cultural Values. In Hesse-Biber, S. N. (Eds.),. The Handbook of Emergent Technologies and Social Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Johansson, M. (2011). Technological Utopia. Technology, Green Series, (10).
  • Mody, C. (2011). Climbing the Hill: Seeing (and Not Seeing) Epochal Breaks from Multiple Vantage Points. In Nordmann, A., Radder H., & Schiemann G. (Eds.),. Science Transformed?: Debating Claims of an Epochal Break, (pp. 54-65). Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.