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Guston, David H. 2009. "Deliberating Nanotechnology in the U.S." British Science Association's People & Science. p. 22.
Guston, David H. March 20, 2009. "Nanotechnology and Public: Data for Decision Makers Briefing to the U.S. Congressional Nanotechnology Caucus." ASU President's Office Podcast.
Guston, David H. December 2009. "Public Engagement at CNS-ASU: The National Citizens Technology Forum and Other Modes." Presentation. Institute for Hazard Risk Research. Durham University. Durham, UK.
Guston, David H. March 2009. "Public Engagement: National Citizens' Technology Forum." Presentation. Nanotechnology and the Public: Data for Decision Makers Briefing before the U.S. Congressional Nanotechnology Caucus. Washington, DC.
Guston, David H., Daniel Sarewitz and Clark A. Miller. January 30, 2009. "Correspondence: Scientists Not Immune to Partisanship." Science. 323:582.
Heinze, Thomas, Philip Shapira, Juan D. Rogers and Jacqueline M. Senker. 2009. "Organizational and Institutional Influences on Creativity in Scientific Research." Research Policy. 38(4):610-623.
Kleinman, Daniel L., Jason A. Delborne and Ashley A. Anderson. 2009. "Engaging Citizens: The High Cost of Citizen Participation in High Technology." Public Understanding of Science. 1:1-20.
Lappe, Jason. 2009. "Photoreactivation and Positive Cell Selection for the Directed Evolution of Proteins." Doctoral Dissertation. Chemistry and Biochemistry. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Lee, Caroline. 2009. "Innovation in Nanotechnology Services and Products: Strategic Marketing Plan." Undergraduate Thesis. Barrett Honors College. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Miller, Clark A. 2009. "NSE and Society." The Big Ideas of Nanoscale Science and Engineering: A Guidebook for Secondary Teachers, ed(s). Shawn Y. Stevens, LeeAnn Sutherland and Joseph S. Krajcik, p. 65-72. Arlington, VA: National Science Teachers Association Press.
Miller, Clark A. 2009. "Science, Technology, and Society." The Big Ideas of Nanoscale Science and Engineering: A Guidebook for Secondary Teachers, ed(s). Shawn Y. Stevens, LeeAnn Sutherland and Joseph S. Krajcik, p. 160-170. National Science Teachers Association Press.
Miller, Clark A. January 26, 2009. "Welcome to Real World Nano." Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
Philbrick, Mark. 2009. "The National Citizens Technology Forum: Lessons for the Future." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Washington, DC.
Philbrick, Mark and Javiera Barandiaran. 2009. "The National Citizens Technology Forum: Lessons for the Future." Science and Public Policy. 36(5):335-347.
Porter, Alan L. and Jan Youtie. October 2009. "Where does Nanotechnology belong in the Map of Science." Nature Nanotechnology. 4:534-536.
Powell, Maria, Mathilde Colin, Jason A. Delborne, Daniel L. Kleinman and Ashley A. Anderson. 2009. "Citizens' Reflections on their Participation in a Deliberative Exercise on Emerging Technologies." Working Paper.
Selin, Cynthia. July 2009. "Anticipation and Deliberation on the Nano City." Presentation. Risoe National Laboratory. Denmark.
Selin, Cynthia. July 2009. "Anticipation and Deliberation on the Nano City." Presentation. Risoe National Laboratory. Denmark.
Selin, Cynthia. October 2009. "Deliberation and Anticipation." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Seattle, WA.
Selin, Cynthia. October 2009. "Diagnosing Futures." Presentation. Annual Convention of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S). Washington, DC.
Selin, Cynthia. October 30, 2009. "Does Time Need Saving." CSPO Soapbox.
Selin, Cynthia. July 14, 2009. "Flag Day 2009." CSPO Soapbox.
Selin, Cynthia. August 13, 2009. "More than a Policy: the Future of Energy Technologies." CSPO Soapbox.
Selin, Cynthia. December 2009. "Plausibility." Presentation. ASU Plausibility Workshop. Tempe, AZ.
Selin, Cynthia. May 2009. "Using Scenarios and Foresight to Manage Turbulence." Presentation. Organizational Design Forum. Tacoma, WA.

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