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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. December 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. May 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. December 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. December 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.
Ho, Shirley S., Dietram A. Scheufele and Elizabeth A. Corley. 2011. "Value Predispositions, Mass Media, and Attitudes Toward Nanotechnology: The Interplay of Public and Experts." Science Communication. 33(2):167-200. doi: 10.1177/1075547010380386
Horst, Maja. December 2011. "Taking Our Own Medicine: On an Experiment in Science Communication." Science and Engineering Ethics. 17(4):801-815. doi: 10.1007/s11948-011-9306-y
Hu, Qian. 2011. "Fostering Collaboration through IT Tools and Experimental Study of Public Deliberation on Water Sustainability." Doctoral Dissertation. Public Affairs. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, Tingting Ma and Alan L. Porter. May 2011. "Text Mining of Information Resources to Inform Forecasting of Innovation Pathways." Presentation. 4th International Seville Conference on "Future-Oriented Technology Analysis".
Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, D. Zhu, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Douglas K.R. Robinson. 2011. "Organizing a Multidisciplinary Workshop for Forecasting Innovation Pathways: The Case of Nano-Enabled Biosensors." Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. Atlanta, GA.
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.
Kavazanjian, Edward and Tim Lant. May 15, 2011. "Disasters in Arizona: Are We Prepared." Presentation. CNS-ASU Science Café. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Kay, Luciano. December 5, 2011. "Aggregate Patterns of Linkage of Nanotechnology Centers with Industry: Program Outcomes." Presentation. Evaluation of a Nano Science and Technology Centers Program: Mixed Methods Approach to Assessing its Realization of Policy Objectives. American Evaluation Association.
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.
Kim, Youngjae, Elizabeth A. Corley and Dietram A. Scheufele. December 2011. "How Should We Regulate Nanotechnology? Perceptions of Leading U.S. Nano-scientists." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Kim, Youngjae, Elizabeth A. Corley and Dietram A. Scheufele. January 2011. "Should we Regulate Nanotech at the Local, National, or International Level." Presentation. All Hands Meeting. Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Ladwig, Peter, Doo-Hun Choi, Ashley A. Anderson, Michael A. Cacciatore, Xuan Liang, Dominique E. Brossard, et al. May 2011. "Coverage of Emerging Technologies: A Comparison Between Print and Online Media." Presentation. Annual Convention of the International Communication Association. Boston, MA.
Laurent, Brice. December 2011. "Technologies of Democracy: Experiments and Demonstrations." Science and Engineering Ethics. 17(4):649-666. doi: 10.1007/s11948-011-9303-1
Leech, Beth. 2011. "Nano-solutions or Macro-problems? A Public Values Analysis of the Application of Nanotechnology to Water Purification." American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) 2011 Congress Proceedings.
Leung, Ricky C. 2011. "Network Building in the Innovation Journey: How Chinese Science Institutes Jump on the Nanotech Bandwagon." East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal. 6:167-197.
Lobo, Jose. December 9, 2011. "How Green is Nano." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Ma, Tingting, Alan L. Porter, Jud Ready, Chen Xu, Lidan Gao, Wenping Wang, et al. May 2011. "A Technology Opportunities Analysis Model: Applied to Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells for China." Presentation. 4th International Seville Conference on "Future-Oriented Technology Analysis".
Martins, Paulo and David H. Guston. May 3, 2011. "Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University." Renanosomo Brazilian Research Network.

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