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Under review
Foley RW, Bernstein MJ and Wiek, A. In review. Under review. "Towards an alignment of activities, aspirations and stakeholders for responsible innovation." Journal of Responsible Innovation.
In Revision
Bernstein MJ, Foley RW, Wiek A and Anderies JM. In Revision. "Intervention Research Framework for Responsible Innovation." Working Paper.
Harsh M, Bernstein MJ, Wetmore J, Cozzens S, Woodson T and Castillo R. In Revision. "Preparing Engineers for the Challenges of Community Engagement." Engineering Studies.
In press
Wender, Benjamin A. and Thomas P. Seager. In press. "Anticipatory Life Cycle Assessment of SWCNT-enabled Lithium Ion Batteries." Nanotechnology for Sustainable Manufacturing, ed(s). David Rickerby, Springer.
In Preparation
Bernstein MJ, Reifschneider K, Bennett I and Wetmore J. In Preparation. "Science Outside the Lab: Helping Graduate Students in Science and Engineering Understand the Complexities of Science Policy." Science and Engineering Ethics.
Forthcoming (2016)
Bernstein MJ. Forthcoming (2016). "Responsible Innovation and Sustainability: Interventions in Education and Training of Scientists and Engineers." Doctoral Dissertation.
Wiek A, Foley RW, Guston DH and Bernstein MJ. 2016. "Broken Promises and Breaking Ground for Responsible Innovation – Intervention Research to Transform Business-as-Usual in Nanotechnology Innovation.." Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. doi:
2015, submitted
Bernstein, Michael J. September 17-19, 2015, submitted. "An Intervention Research Approach to Responsible Innovation." Presentation. Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. Atlanta, GA.
Bernstein, Michael J. and Ira Bennett. September 17-19, 2015, submitted. "Responsible Innovation and Science Policy: The Case for an Intervention Research Approach." Presentation. Panel. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. Atlanta, GA.
2015, accepted
Foley, Rider W. August 18-19, 2015, accepted. "Accounting for Community Knowledge in Environmental Policy at the Motorola 52nd Street Superfund Site." Presentation. The Knowledge from the Margins: Social Justice and Sustainability Conference. East Lansing, Michigan.
2015 accepted
Bernstein, Michael J. and Rider W. Foley. April 10-11, 2015 accepted. "Intervention Research for Responsible Innovation: A Pragmatic Approach." Presentation. Presentation. STGlobal Consortium. Washington, DC.
Bates, Matthew E., Cate Fox-Lent, Linda Seymour, Benjamin A. Wender and Igor Linkov. 2015. "Life Cycle Assessment for Dredged Sediment Placement Strategies." Science of The Total Environment. 511:309-318.
Bernstein MJ and Foley RW. October 18-21, 2015. "Assessing the Public Value of Science Policies: Lessons from the US Global Change Research Program and the US National Nanotechnology Initiative." Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies.
Bernstein, Michael J., Kiera Reifschneider, Ira Bennett and Jameson Wetmore. February 12-16, 2015. "Science Outside the Lab: Changing Perspectives on the Role of Science & Engineering in Society." Presentation. Poster. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting. San Jose, CA.
Foley, Rider W., David H. Guston and Daniel Sarewitz. 2015. "Towards the Anticipatory Governance of Geoengineering." Engineering our Climate? Ethics, Politics and Governance of Climate Engineering, ed(s). In Blackstock, Jason, Clark Miller and Steven Rayner, Earthscan-Routledge.
Foley, Rider W., Marcel R. Weil, Manuel J. Baumann, Benedikt M. Zimmermann, Jens Buchgeister and Ben A. Wender. May 2015. Workshop Report: Advancing Future-Oriented Life Cycle Assessment for Responsible Innovation.
Foley, Rider W., Marcel Weil, Benjamin A. Wender, Manuel Baumann, Benedikt Zimmerman and Jens Buchgeister. 2015. Advancing Future-Oriented Life Cycle Assessment for Responsible Innovation: A Workshop Report.Report, #R14-0001 Center for Nanotechnology in Science. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Foley, Rider W., Marcel Weil, Bennedikt Zimmerman, Manual Baumann and Bengamin A. Wender. In review. 2015. "Interdisciplinary Explorations of Life Cycle Assessment for Responsible Research and Innovation -- A Synposis of Recent Workshop Activities." Studies of New and Emerging Technologies, 6th Edition, ed(s). In D. Bowman, A. Dijkstra, C. Fautz, J. Guivant, K. Konrad, H. van Lente and S. Woll, 6th Edition IOS Press.
Foley, Rider W. and Lauren Withycombe-Keeler. January 20-22, 2015. "Cities, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Future of Health." Presentation. Assembling Cities: STS Concepts and Methodologies in Planning Studies. Zurich, Switzerland.
Arora, Sanjay, Foley, Rider W., Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira and Arnim Wiek. 2014. "Drivers of Technology Adoption: Nanomaterials in Building Construction." Technological Forecasting and Social Change. doi:
Arora, Sanjay K, Rider W. Foley, Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira and Arnim Wiek. 2014. "Drivers of Technology Adoption – The Case of Nanomaterials in Building Construction." Technological Forecasting and Social Change. p. 87(7). doi: 0.1016/j.techfore.201 3.12.017
Bernstein, Michael J., Rider W. Foley and Ira Bennett. Accepted 2014. "Guidelines for Solutions to Socio-technical Problems." Presentation. STGlobal Consortium. Washington, DC, April 4-5.
Bernstein, Michael J., Rider W. Foley and Ira Bennett. 2014. "An Operationalized Post-normal Science Framework for assisting in the Development of Complex Sciencepolicy Solutions: The Case of Nanotechnology Governance." Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 16(7):2492. doi: 10.1007/s11051-014-2492-1
Foley, Rider W. October 29, 2014. "How Can Interactions Between Scientists and Social Scientists, Upstream in the Research Process, Help Create an Ethos of Reflexivity?." Presentation. Trading Zone on Responsible Research and Innovation in Synthetic Biology. European Commission Workshop. Wilson Center.
Foley, Rider W, Arnim Wiek and Braden Kay. In review. 2014. "Nanotechnology Development as if People and Places Matter." Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume IV: Nanotechnology and Democracy, ed(s). Kathryn De Ridder-Vignone, Clark A. Miller and Daniel Barben, New York: Springer.