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Cozzens, Susan and Jameson Wetmore, ed(s). 2011. Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Development. New York: Springer.
Edwards, David. 2011. "Elderly and the E-Health Barrier." Undergraduate Thesis. Barrett Honors College. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Gatchair, Sonia. 2011. "Potential Implications for Equity in the Nanotechnology Workforce in the U.S." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, New York: Springer.
Harsh, Matthew. May 12, 2011. "Careful design is key to success of development prizes." Science and Development Network.
Harsh, Matthew. 2011. "Equity and Participation in Decisions: What can Nanotechnology Learn from Biotechnology in Kenya." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, p. 251-269. New York: Springer.
Harsh, Matthew. November 2011. "Issues Facing STS Research on the Governance of Emerging Technologies in sub-Saharan Africa." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Technology. Cleveland, OH.
Harsh, Matthew. March 29, 2011. "Pro-poor Nanotechnology Applications for Water: Characterizing Private Sector Research Using Publication Data." Presentation. Winter School on Emerging Nanotechnologies. Grenoble Ecole de Management. Autrans, France.
Harsh, Matthew and Thomas Woodson. April 2011. "Mapping Nano-Innovation Systems for Water Applications." Presentation. Winter School on Emerging Nanotechnologies. Grenoble Ecole de Management. Pinsot, France.
Harsh, Matthew and Thomas Woodson. November 2011. "Pro-Poor Nanotechnology Applications for Water: Characterizing Private Sector Research." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Hays, Sean A. 2011. Can Art and Religion Serve as Methods for Governing Emerging Science and Technology.CNS-ASU Report # R11-0005 Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Herkert, Joseph, Heather Canary, Karin D. Ellison and Jameson Wetmore. November 2011. "Integrating Microethics and Macroethics in Graduate Science and Engineering Education." Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Tempe, AZ.
Huang, Lu, Zhengchun Peng, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. 2011. "Characterizing a Technology Development at the Stage of Early Emerging Applications: Nanomaterial-enhanced Biosensors." Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. 23(5):527-544.
Kay, Luciano and Philip Shapira. 2011. "The Potential of Nanotechnology for Equitable Economic Development: The Case of Brazil." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, New York: Springer.
Meng, Yu and Philip Shapira. 2011. "Women and Patening in Nanotechnology: Scale, Scope and Equity." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, New York: Springer.
Seager, Thomas P., Diane Gruber and David Uhlman. November 18, 2011. "Will Our Products Last? Or is it Just a Thing of the Past." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Sharan, Raghubir, Yashowanta N. Mohapatra and Jameson Wetmore. 2011. "Technical Education and Indian Society: The Role of Values." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, p. 393-406. New York: Springer.
Slade, Catherine. 2011. "Exploring Societal Impact of Nanomedicine using Pulic Value Mapping." The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality and Development, ed(s). Susan Cozzens and Jameson Wetmore, p. 69-88. New York: Springer.
Valdivia, Walter. 2011. "Equity Considerations in the Assessment of the Bayh-Dole Act." Doctoral Dissertation. Public Administration. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 2011. "Congress on Teaching the Social and Ethical Implications of Research." Presentation. Joint Meeting of the NNIN SEI Coordinators, NSEC SEI Coordinators, EESE grants, and NISENet's Social Implications group. Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 2011. "Equity, Equality, and Responsibility." Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 2011. "Nano Equity Game: Whose Nano is it." Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. December 2011. "Nano Equity Game: Whose Nano is it." Presentation. Adult Night Out. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. September 20, 2011. "New Technologies, New Risks? What are the Implications of a Technologically Complex World on the Way We Think about the Risks of Novel Technologies and Practices." Presentation. Symposium on Risk Uncertainty and Sustainable Innovation. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI.
Wetmore, Jameson. July 18, 2011. "Swimming Upstream: When Scientists and Engineers are More Concerned about Science & Technology than the Public." Presentation. Upstream Engagement with Science and Technology: Opportunities and Challenges, a mini-symposium. ESRC Genomics Network. University of Edinburgh. Scotland.
Wetmore, Jameson. 2011. "Teaching Social and Ethical Implications of Research to Scientists and Engineers." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Cleveland, OH.

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