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2008
Valdivia, Walter. January 2008. "Science Policy and Inequality." Presentation. First Indo-American Institute of Nano-scale Science and Engineering. Chennai, India.
Valdivia, Walter. January 2008. "Science Policy and Inequality: A Research Program." Presentation. NISTADS. New Delhi, India.
Valdivia, Walter. August 2008. "Technology, Growth, and Inequality." Presentation. Gordon Research Conference on Science and Technology Policy. Big Sky, MT.
Watkins, Jennifer. 2008. "Altruism in Community Healthcare by Medical Professionals." Graduate Thesis. Biochemistry. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 2008. "A Dialogue on Nanotechnology and Religion: Using Religious Expertise to Build Nanotechnology." Presentation. Gordon Research Conference on Science and Technology Policy. Big Sky, MT.
Wetmore, Jameson. December 2008. "Amish Sociologists: Building Society with Technology." Presentation. National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network. Kanpur Winter School on Organic Electronics. Indian Institute of Technology. Kanpur, India.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 2008. "Nanotechnology the Promise, Politics, and Personal Impacts." Presentation. Women's Symposium. Jewish Studies Department. Arizona State University and the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Phoenix. Phoenix, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. June 2008. "The Challenge of Path Dependence." Presentation. IEEE Symposium on Technology & Society. Fredericton. New Brunswick, NJ, Canada.
Wolbring, Gregor. 2008. "The Unenhanced Underclass." Building Everyday Democracy, ed(s). P. Miller and J. Wilsdon, p. 122-128. London: Demos.
2007
Guston, David H., John Parsi and Justin Tosi. 2007. "Anticipating the Political and Ethical Challenges of Human Nanotechnologies." Nanoethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Nanotechnology, ed(s). Fritz Allhoff, Patrick Lin, James Moor and John Weckert, p. 185-197. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Hogle, Linda F. 2007. "Sentinel Beings: The Biopolitics of Human Biosensors." Invited paper submitted to BioSocieties, theme issue on Biopower, Biotechnology and Globalization.,
Jacobs, Bert and Jameson Wetmore. March 23, 2007. "Transferring Western Technology to Developing Countries: Good Intentions, Unexpected Outcomes." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Marchant, Gary E., Douglas J. Sylvester and Kenneth W. Abbott. 2007. "Nanotechnology Regulation: The United States Approach." New Global Frontiers in Regulation: The Age of Nanotechnology, ed(s). Graeme A. Hodge, Diana M. Bowman and Karinne Ludlow, p. 189-211. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Monahan, Torin and Tyler Wall. 2007. "Somatic Surveillance: Corporeal Control through Information Networks." Surveillance and Society. 4(4-Mar).
Panjwani, Azra. 2007. "The Psychological Impact of Mass Surveillance on Society: A Quantitative Approach." Graduate Thesis. Department of Mathematics. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Valdivia, Walter. October 2007. "Non-Cooperative Games in Science Policy." Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. Atlanta, GA.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 2007. "ASB 591: Seminar on Professionalism, on the Academic job search." Presentation. Seminar on Professionalism.
Wetmore, Jameson. October 2007. "Building a Better Air Bag: the Continuing Search for a Technical Fix." Presentation. Mobility History, Heritage and Design Fifth Annual Conference on History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M). Helmond, The Netherlands.
Wetmore, Jameson. September 2007. "Bureaucrats, Lobbyists, and Regulators, Oh My! Introducing Graduate Students to Science Outside the Lab." Presentation. Enlightening Lunch. Center for Science, Policy and Outcomes. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. 2007. "Introduction to special issue on science, policy and social inequity." Science and Public Policy. 34(2):83-84.
Wetmore, Jameson. March 2007. "Nanotech and Religion: Ambitions, Influence, and Policy." Presentation. Center for Nanotechnology in Society. University of California-Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, CA.
Wetmore, Jameson. March 2007. "STS in the Trenches: Engaging Scientists and Engineers." Presentation. STS Engaged Workshop. Department of Science, Technology and Society. University of Virginia. Charlottesville, CA.
Wetmore, Jameson. June 2007. "Teaching the Ethics and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies to Graduate Level Students." Presentation. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI.
Wetmore, Jameson. March 2007. "Transferring Western Technology to Developing Countries: Good Intentions, Unexpected Outcomes." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
2006
Wetmore, Jameson. 2006. "Nanotalk: Conversations with Scientists and Engineers about Ethics, Meaning, and Belief in the Development of Nanotechnology." Science and Engineering Ethics. 12(3):583.

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