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2007
Guston, David H. November 2007. "Toward Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies." Presentation. Special Series on Science and Public Policy. Brown University. Providence, RI.
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.
Jung, Ranu and Jason S. Robert. January 19, 2007. "Adaptive Technologies for the Central Nervous System: Are We Changing What It Means to be Human." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Kambhampati, Subbarao and David Calverley. November 16, 2007. "Do Robots Need a Bill of Rights? Implications of Artificial Intelligence." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Kim, Matt and Prasad Boradkar. September 21, 2007. "Designing Things: Balancing Beauty, Utility and Sustainability in Products." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Laurent, Brice and Erik Fisher. August 2007. "The Integration of Public Input into the American Nanotechnology Federal Program: Meanings and Contradictions." Presentation. Living Knowledge Conference. , Ecoles des Mines. Paris, France.
Maricle, Genevieve. December 2007. "Shaping Science: Turning Science Studies into Science Action." Presentation. Noontime Seminar Series. Center for Science and Technology Policy Research. Boulder, CO.
Maricle, Genevieve. October 2007. "Wrestling with Engagement: Tools for Iterating Intervention in STS." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Montreal, Canada.
Meldrum, Deirdre and Jameson Wetmore. October 19, 2007. "Less is More Technology: Is Smaller and Cheaper Always Better." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Miller, Clark A. April 2007. "Commentary: The Law and the Future Brain." Presentation. Sandra Day OConnor College of Law. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Miller, Clark A. and Ira Bennett. April 2007. "Science Fiction as Technology Assessment: Some Preliminary Thoughts on Anticipatory Governance for the Rest of Us." Presentation. Cornell University. Ithaca, NY.
Porter, Alan L. October 2007. "Public Lecture." Presentation. Institute for S&T Information. Beijing, China.
Porter, Alan L. November 30, 2007. "Trends in Data Treatment in the United States." Presentation. International Conference on Competitive Intelligence. University of Madrid. Madrid, Spain.
Porter, Alan L. and Jayesh Patil. March 2007. "Where Is Nano Going." Presentation. Nano-Giga Challenges. Phoenix, AZ.
Porter, Alan L., Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira, David J. Schoeneck, Li Tang and Pratik Mehta. April 2007. "Profiling Nano R&D." Presentation. Nano-Giga Challenges. Phoenix, AZ.
Rogers Jr., Robert P. April 2007. "The Role of Research Centers in the US Nanotechnology Initiative." Presentation. Workshop on Social Dimensions of Nanotechnology. Paris, France.
Sarewitz, Daniel. October 2007. "Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies: Competing Values, Irreducible Uncertainties, and Transformation Innovation." Presentation. University of Oviedo. Oviedo, Spain.
Sarewitz, Daniel. March 2007. "Connecting Research to Social Outcomes." Presentation. Board of Regents. University of Nebraska. Lincoln, NE.
Sarewitz, Daniel. November 26, 2007. "New Tools for Science Policy Making." Presentation. Science, Technology, and Society Circle. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA.
Sarewitz, Daniel. April 16, 2007. "Political Effectiveness in Science and Technology." Presentation. Workshop on Science and Social Values. Center for Interdisciplinary Research. Bielefeld University. Bielefeld, Germany.
Sarewitz, Daniel. October 2007. "Technology and Effectiveness in Contested Political Settings, Center for Research on Energy, Environment, and Transportation." Presentation. CIEMAT. Madrid, Spain.
Sarewitz, Daniel. January 2007. "Ways of Knowing Novel Materials, Symposium on Environmental Effects of Novel Materials and Processes." Presentation. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. London, England.
Sarewitz, Daniel and Roy Curtis. May 18, 2007. "Forbidding Science: Are There Things We Just Shouldn't Know." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Scheufele, Dietram A. January 30, 2007. "How Media and Audiences Make Sense of Scientific Issues: The Case of Nanotechnology." Presentation. CMCIS Research Lecture Series. University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC.
Scheufele, Dietram A. May 2007. "Public Perceptions and Understanding of Nanotechnology." Presentation. Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) Nanotechnology Workshop. University of Illinois. Champaign-Urbana, IL.

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