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2010
Tang, Li. 2010. "U.S.-China Scientific Collaboration and the Role of Knowledge Moderation in Nanotechnology Development." Doctoral Dissertation. School of Public Policy. Georgia Institute of Technology. Atlanta, GA.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 27, 2010. "Blogging from France: Benny was the Star." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 29, 2010. "Blogging from France: Consensus Conferences." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 24, 2010. "Blogging from France: Science and the Public Debate." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 26, 2010. "Blogging from France: The Deficit Model." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. August 25, 2010. "Blogging from France: Values and Airplane Food." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. 2010. "Lessons of Engagement: Learning from Policymakers and the Public." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). San Diego, CA.
Wetmore, Jameson. April 3, 2010. "Nanodays-Student Presentations of Basic Science and Nanotechnology Applications." Presentation. Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. February 12, 2010. "Powering Down on Valentines Day." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson and Ira Bennett. February 22, 2010. "Lessons of Engagement: Learning from Policymakers and the Public." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). San Diego, CA.
Wu, Ke. 2010. "Pedagogical Approach Towards Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Children: An Analysis of Education-Based Non-Governmental Organizations Around the World." Undergraduate Thesis. Barrett Honors College. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
2009
Brown, Mark and David H. Guston. 2009. "Science, Democracy, and the Right to Research." Science and Engineering Ethics. 15(3):351-366.
Calvert, Jane and Joan H. Fujimura. 2009. "Calculating Life? A Sociological Perspective on Systems Biology." European Molecular Biology Organization EMBO Reports. 10:S46-S49.
Guston, David H. September 25, 2009. "Who by Fire." CSPO Soapbox.
Lougee, Michelle. 2009. "Bridging Technology and Environment to Provide Shelter for Natural Disaster Victims." Undergraduate Thesis. Innovation Space. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
McGregor, Joan and Jameson Wetmore. 2009. "Researching and Teaching the Ethics of Social Implications of Emerging Technologies in the Laboratory." NanoEthics. 3(1):17-30.
Wetmore, Jameson. July 22, 2009. "Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies." Presentation. National Institute for Nano-Engineering Summer Student Program. Sandia National Labs.
Wetmore, Jameson. October 30, 2009. "Begging for Regulation: The Quest to Tame Nanotechnology." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Washington, DC.
Wetmore, Jameson. December 9, 2009. "Best Practices of NSEC's and MRSEC's for Advancing NSE Education-Diversity Aspects." Presentation. 2009 NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference. Arlington, VA.
Wetmore, Jameson. June 15, 2009. "Integrating Microethics and Macroethics in Graduate Science and Engineering Education: Developing Instructional Models." Presentation. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference. Austin, TX.
Wetmore, Jameson. November 8, 2009. "Technology and the City." Presentation. On the Cutting Edge...Today's Jewish Women Symposium. Scottsdale, AZ.
Wetmore, Jameson. April 5, 2009. "The View from a Tuc-Tuc." CSPO Soapbox.
Wetmore, Jameson. June 16, 2009. "What Should Everyone Know about Technology." Presentation. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference. Austin, TX.
Wetmore, Jameson, Shobita Parthasarathy and Regula Valerie Burri. October 30, 2009. "The New Sentinels of Progress? Investigating Emerging Approaches to Governing Technology." Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Washington, DC.
Wetmore, Jameson and Jonathan Posner. 2009. "Should Corporations Contribute to Nano-Regulation." Nano Today. 4(3):217-219. doi: 10.1016/j.nantod.2009.03.002

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