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Wiek, Arnim and Rider W. Foley. 2011. CNS Systematic Analysis Workshop: Urban Sustainability Syndromes.CNS-ASU Report #R11-0001 Center for Nanotechnology in Society. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Wiek, Arnim and Rider W. Foley. November 2011. "Nanotechnology for Sustainability? Analyzing the Demand for and Supply of Nanotechnology in City Environments." Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET). Tempe, AZ.
Wiek, Arnim and Rider W. Foley. December 19, 2011. "The Dragon Beneath Phoenix: Meaningful Community Involvement, Effective Remediation, and Sustainable Urban Development at the M52 Superfund Site in Phoenix." Presentation. Jiangsu Senior Executive Public Administration Training Program. . Arizona State University. Phoenix, AZ.
Calabrese, Francesco. December 2, 2010. "Modeling Urban Mobility Using Pervasive Technologies." Emerging Technology & The Future Series.
Guston, David H. and Arnim Wiek. November 16, 2010. "Nano and the City: Anticipatory Governance and Urban Sustainability." Presentation. Department of Geography. Durham University. Durham, United Kingdom.
Guston, David H. and Arnim Wiek. September 2010. "Urban Design, Materials, and Built Environment: Nano in the City Research at ASU-CNS." Presentation. S.NET Conference. Darmstadt Technical University. Darmstadt, Germany.
Miller, Clark A. April 27, 2010. "Nanotechnology for Human Enhancement: What Does the Public Think." Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
Miller, Clark A. April 22, 2010. "Why Does Nano Matter? Bio-Non-Bio Interfaces." Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
Miller, Clark A. February 15, 2010. "Why does Nano Matter? Surface Area." Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
Philbrick, Mark. 2010. "Operationalizing Anticipatory Governance: Steering Emerging Technologies Towards Sustainability." Doctoral Dissertation. Graduate Division. University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley, CA.
Hays, Sean A. 2009. "A Genealogical Examination and Grounded Theory of the Role of Human Enhancement Technology in American Political Culture." Doctoral Dissertation. School of Politics and Global Affairs. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Robert, Jason S. 2009. "Nanoscience, Nanoscientists, and Controversy." Nanotechnology and Society: Current and Emerging Ethical Issues, ed(s). F. Allhoff and P. Lin, p. 225-239. New York: Springer.
Silverman, Arielle M. 2007. "Healing the Blind? Perspectives of Blind Persons on Methods to Restore Sight." Undergraduate Thesis. Barrett Honors College. Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Hogle, Linda F. 2006. "Enhancement Technologies and the Body." Annual Reviews of Anthropology and Neuroscience. 34:695-716.
Bernstein, Michael J., Foley, Rider W. and Ira Bennett. In review. "An Operationalized Post-normal Science Framework for assisting in the Development of Complex Sciencepolicy Solutions: The Case of Nanotechnology Governance." Journal of Nanoparticle Research.
Foley, Rider W. and Hsiang-Kai Dennis Dong. In review. "Greener Grass and Path Dependent Careers: Perceptions of the Business Sector by Public and Non- Profit Employees." The American Review of Public Administration.
Foley, Rider W., Michael J. Bernstein and Arnim Wiek. In review. "Responsibilities in Innovating Nanotechnology." Working Paper.
Foley, Rider W. and Arnim Wiek. In review. "Scenarios of Nanotechnology Innovation vis-à-vis Sustainability Challenges." Futures.
Foley, Rider W. and Braden Kay. In review. "Thinking about Technology in Society? Take a Walk." Working Paper.
Foley, Rider W., Braden Kay and Arnim Wiek. In review. "Walking the City: A Structured Approach to Learning with the Community." Working Paper.
Foley, Rider W., Arnim Wiek and David H. Guston. In review. "Guiding Emerging Technologies: Applying Principles from Sustainability and Anticipatory Governance." Working Paper.
Wender, Benjamin A., Rider W. Foley, Valentina Prado, Daniel Eisenberg, Troy A. Hottle, Jathan Sadowski and Thomas P. Seager. In review. "Anticipatory Life Cycle Assessment for Responsible Research and Innovation." Journal of Responsible Innovation.
Wiek, Arnim, Foley, Rider W., David H. Guston and Michael J. Bernstein. In review. "Broken Promises and Breaking Ground for Responsible Innovation – Intervention Research to Transform Business-as-Usual in Nanotechnology Innovation." ACS Green Chemistry and Sustainability.
Withycombe Keeler, Lauren and Arnim Wiek. In review. "What if the Future is not What We Envisioned? Advances in Sustainability Research and Planning through Contrasting, Non-Intervention Scenarios." Working Paper.