Nanotech Database

Author's Last Name Author's First Name Affiliation Article Title Journal Title Journal Year Journal Volume Journal Number Keywords
AllenGeorge Republican senator from VirginiaThe Economic Promise of NanotechnologyIssues in Science and Technology2005214
AllhoffFritz On the Autonomy and Justification of NanoethicsNanoethics200713Nanoethics . Nanothechnology . Revolution . pragmatic justification . autonomous applied ethic
AltmannJurgen Experimentelle Physik III, Universität DortmundAnticipating military nanotechnologyTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234military applications
AmatoIvan Senior Editor, Chemical and Engineering News; UW-Madison ScienceNano's Safety CheckupTechnology Review (MIT)20041071health risk environmental risk
AmatoIvan Senior Editor, Chemical and Engineering News; UW-Madison Science10 Emerging Technologies That will Change your WorldTechnology Review (MIT)20041071near future products
AndersonAlison University of PlymouthThe Framing of Nanotechnologies in the British Newspaper PressScience Communication2005272public understanding of nanotechnology
AndersonAshley AThe changing information environment for nanotechnology: online audiences and contentJournal of Nanoparticle Research2010124Nanotechnology - Online content analysis - Online audiences - Information seeking - Online communication - Public perceptions -
Anonymous Congress considers ethical, social impact of nanotechnology researchIssues in Science and Technology2003201government oversight and funding
ArnallAlexander University of SheffieldMoving the nanoscale and technology debate forwards: short-term impacts, long-term uncertainty and the social constructionTechnology in Society2005271near future products public understanding global competition and cooperation
ArnallAlexander HuwImperial College, London; University of LondonFuture Technologies, Today's ChoicesReport by Greenpeace Environmental Trust200300
AscottRoy Artist, Research Director, Planetary Collegium, University of PlTechnoetic Pathways toward the Spiritual in Art: A Transdisciplinary Perspective on Connectedness, Coherence and Consciousness.Leonardo2006391
BaberZaheer University of SaskatchewanAn Undifferentiated Mass of Gray Goo? Nanotechnology and SocietyBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241
BakerMonya co-editor, CIOInsight.comMolecular Manufacturing: A Machine Built out of DNATechnology Review (MIT)20051084biotechnology post humanity
BalbusJohn Program Director, Environmental DefenseGetting Nanotechnology Right the First TimeIssues in Science and Technology2005214risk regulations heath risks environmental risks
BalbusJohn M.Program Director, Environmental DefenseProtecting workers and the environment: An environmental NGO's perspective on nanotechnologyJournal of Nanoparticle Research200791environmental risks health risks regulations
BallPhilip science writerDr. Nanotech Vs. CancerTechnology Review (MIT)20051082medicinal advances
BattCarl Cornell UniversityThinking Small Is Not EasyNature Nanotechnology200833Public Understanding of Nano-Technology
BearingerJane Chaos Control on the NanoscaleLeonardo2008414art, illusion, familiar, unkown, chaos, control
BellLarry Engaging the Public in Technology Policy - A New Role for Science MuseumsScience Communication2008293
BennettM. Visiting Lecturer, University of VirginiaDoes existing law fail to address nanotechnoscience?Technology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234regulations
Bensaude-VincentBernadette Self-Assembly, Self-Organization: NanotechnologyNanoethics200931Biomimetics . Hybridization . Bionanotechnology. Nature and artifact . Chemistry . Biology. Cybernetics
BergerFrancois Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Brain-Implants Using Nano-Scale Materials and TechniquesNanoethics200823Brain . ELSA . Implants . Nano2Life . Nanobio . Neuro
BerneRosalyn W.University of VirginiaTeaching Societal and Ethical Implications of Nanotechnology to Engineering Students Through Science FictionBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2005256teaching nanotechnology
BerubeD. Associate Director of the nanoSTS program at the University of SDenialism: Drexler vs. RocoTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234Feynman and founders
BesleyJohn C.University of South CarolinaExpert Opinion on Nanotechnology: Risks, Benefits, and RegulationJournal of Nanoparticle Research2008104
BoeninkMarianne Tensions and Opportunities in Convergence: Shifting Concepts of Disease in Emerging Molecular MedicineNanoethics200933Molecular medicine . Nanomedicine . Concept of disease . Concept of health . Technology . Reductionism . Personalized medicine
BourzacKatherine Self-Powered Nanotechnology Closer to RealityTechnology Review (MIT)201000Zhong Lin Wang , nanowires, sensors
BowmanDiana MGoverning Nanotechnologies: Weaving New RegulatoryNanoethics200822regulation, government, nanotechnology
BowmanDiana M.Monash Center for Regulatory Studies, Monash UniversityPatently obvious: Intellectual property rights and nanotechnologyTechnology in Society2007293
BowmanDiana M.Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies, Monash UniversityAre We Really the Prey? Nanotechnology as Science and Science FictionBulletin of Science, Technology, & Society2007276Science Fiction and Nanotechnology
BowmanDiana MA Big Regulatory Tool-Box for a Small TechnologyNanoethics200822Governance . Hazards . Nanotechnologies . Regulation . Risks
BowmanDiana M.Monash UniversityNanotechnology and Public Interest Dialogue: Some International ObservationsBulletin of Science, Technology & Society2007274
BowmanDiana M.Monash Center for Regulatory Studies, Monash UniversityDoes REACH Go Too Far?Nature Nanotechnology200729Regulations, Business Development, Government Oversight & Funding
BrownSimon The New Deficit ModelNature Nanotechnology2009410Deficit Model, New Deficit Model, nanomaterials, public support
BrownswordRoger Regulating NanomedicineThe Smallest of Our Concerns?Nanoethics200821Regulation . Nanomedicine . Precaution . Consent . Human rights . Human dignity . Bioethical triangle
BulajicVictoria VesnaDepartment of Design, UCLANANO: An Exhibition of Scale and Senses.Leonardo2005384
BullisKevin Writer, Technology ReviewNanomedicineTechnology Review (MIT)20061091
BurriRegula ValérieDeliberating Risks Under Uncertainty: Experience, Trust,and Attitudes in a Swiss Nanotechnology Stakeholder Discussion GroupNanoethics200712Citizen panel . Nanotechnology . Upstream public engagement . Risk . Uncertainty
BurriRegula ValériePublic Perception of NanotechnologyJournal of Nanoparticle Research2008103
CastelliniO. M.Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, University ofNanotechnology and the public: Effectively communicating nanoscale science and engineering concepts.Journal of Nanoparticle Research200792public understanding of nanotechnology
ChappleBoo Can You Hear the Femur Play? Bone Audio Speakers at the NanoscaleLeonardo2008414piezoelectric, audio, art, bone, cow, interferometer
ChoiHyungsub The Long History of Molecular Electronics: Microelectronics Origins of NanotechnologySocial Studies of Science2009391
ChunAi LinWill the Public Swallow Nanofood?Nature Nanotechnology2009412nanofood, consumer advisory, labeling
CobbMichael D.North Carolina State UniversityFraming Effect on Public Opinion about NanotechnologyScience Communication2005272public understanding
CobbMichael D.Department of Political Science, North Carolina State UniversityPublic perceptions about nanotechnology: Risks, benefits and trustJournal of Nanoparticle Research200464
CorleyElizabeth AOf risks and regulations: how leading U.S. nanoscientists form policy stances about nanotechnologyJournal of Nanoparticle Research2009117Risks - Benefits - Regulations - Policy - Scientists - Survey - Nanoscale science and engineering - ELSI
CormickCraig Piecing Together the Elephant: Public Engagement on Nanotechnology ChallengesScience and Engineering Ethics2009154intentions, values, public engagement, upstream engagement
CormickCraig Why Do We Need to Know What the Public Thinks About Nanotechnology?Nanoethics200932Public attitudes . Public debate . Risks . Benefits
CurrallSteven C.Nanotechnology and Society: New Insights into Public PerceptionsNature Nanotechnology200942public perception, positive attitudes, social scientists
da SilvaFelipe RochaNanoscale and PaintingLeonardo2008414scale, art, nanoscale humanoid units, infinite
DaviesJ. Clarence (Terry) Woodrow Wilson International Center for ScholarsHearing on Developments in Nanotechnology (Testimony of Dr. J. Clarence Davies) to the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and TransportationSenate Hearing -- Testimony200600business development regulations health risks environmental risks government oversight and funding
DeblondeMarian Co-creating Nano Imaginaries: Report of a Delphi-ExerciseBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2008285Delphi-exercise, nanosoc, dark scenarios, social context, imaginaries
DelgadoGian CarloEconomics and Governance of Nanomaterials  potential and risksTechnology and Society2010322
Dorbeck-JungBarbel R.What can Prudent Public Regulators Learn from the UnitedNanoethics200713Nanotechnological regulation . Governance . Governability . Legitimacy . Prudent regulation . Responsive regulation
DoubledayRobert The Laboratory Revisited - Academic Science and the Responsible Development of NanotechnologyNanoethics200712Nanoscience . Nanotechnology . Upstream engagement . Science and technology studies .Collaboration
DrexlerK. Eric Foresight InstituteNanotechnology: From Feynman to FundingBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241Feynman and founders
DrezekRebekah A.Is Nanotechnology Too Broad to Practise?Nature Nanotechnology201053breadth, metretechnology, size
EbbesenMette University of AarhusEthics in Nanotechnology: Starting from Scratch?Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society20062612ethics, biotechnology
EbbesenMette The Role of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Nanotechnology Research and DevelopmentNanoethics200821Critical function . Ethics . Humanities . Nanotechnology research and development . Social sciences
EbelingMary F. E.Mediating Uncertainty: Communicating the Financial Risks of NanotechnologiesScience Communication2008293
EbelingMary F. E.Mediating Uncertainty - Communicating the Financial Risks of NanotechnologiesScience Communication2008293
Editorial Keeping the Public Under the MicroscopeNature Nanotechnology2009411genetically modified organism, public perception, risk
EinseidelEdna F.University of CalgaryDwarfing the Social? Nanotechnology Lessons from the Biotechnology FrontBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241nanotechnology and biotechnology and GMOs
ETC Group Will Atom Technologies Work?Report by ETC200300
EversJohan An Ethical Argument in Favor of Nano-enabled Diagnostics in Livestock Disease ControlNanoethics200822Livestock disease management . Nano-enabled diagnostics . Ethics . Principlism . Sustainability
FaunceThomas Sunscreen Safety: The Precautionary Principle, The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration and Nanoparticles in SunscreensNanoethics200823Nanoparticles . Precautionary principle .Sunscreens . Therapeutic goods administration
FerrariArianna Developments in the Debate on Nanoethics: Traditional Approaches and the Need for New Kinds of AnalysisNanoethics201041Nanoethics . Ethical aspects of nanotechnology. Metaphysical research program. Responsible development of nanotechnology
FisherErik Arizona State UniversityMidstream Modulation of Technology: Governance From WithinBulletin of Science, Technology and Society20062612
FisherErik University of Colorado at BoulderLessons learned from the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications Program (ELSI): Planning Societal implications research for the National Nanotechnology Program.Technology in Society2005273government oversight and funding ethics nanotechnology and biotechnology and GMOs
FisherErik Ethnographic Invention: Probing the Capacity of Laboratory DecisionsNanoethics200712Nanotechnology . Modulation . Socio-technological change . Laboratory . Ethnography
FoladoriGuillermo Two Dimensions of the Ethical Problems Related to NanotechnologyNanoethics200932Capitalism . Ethics . Nanoethics . Nanotechnology . Science and technology
FriedmanSharon M.Lehigh UniversityNanotechnology: Risks and the MediaTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2005244public understanding of nanotechnology
GalloJason The Discursive and Operational Foundations of the National Nanotechnology Initiative in the History of the National Science FoundationPerspectives on Science2009172politics, finance, deterministic positivism, positive social and policy outcomes
GarciaTamara Enhancing Justice?Nanoethics200823Social justice . Human enhancement . Social context
GaskellGeorge Methodology Instituteat the London School of Economics.Imagining Nanotechnology: cultural support for technological innovation in Europe and the United StatesPublic Understanding of Science2005141
GimzewskiJames K.Nanotechnology: The Endgame of MaterialismLeonardo2008413full realization, materialism, departmentalization, interdisciplinary
GlennLinda MacDonaldNanotechnology: Considering the Complex Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues with the Parameters of Human PerformanceNanoethics200823Nanoethics . Enhancement . ELSI . Ethical . Legal . Social implications of nanotechnology
GodmanMarion European Public Advice on NanobiotechnologyFour Convergence SeminarsNanoethics200931Convergence seminars . Public participation . Nanotechnology . Nanobiotechnology . Hypothetical retrospection . Technology asses
GodmanMarion But is it Unique to Nanotechnology? Reframing NanoethicsScience and Engineering Ethics2008144applied ethics, novelty, risk assessment, public involvement
GoodsellDavid S.Fact and Fantasy in Nanotech ImageryLeonardo2009421cultural conceptions, imagery, models
GoordenLieve Lose One Another ... nd Find One Another in Nanospace. Nanotechnologies for Tomorrows Society: A Case for Reflective Action Research in Flanders (NanoSoc)Nanoethics200823Interactive technology assessment . Plurality. Uncertainty . Closure . Narratives . Reflexivity of scientists
GordijnBert Radbound University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The NetherlandsNanoethics: From Utopian Dreams and Apocalyptic Nightmares Towards a More Balanced ViewScience and Engineering Ethics2005114ethics nanoreplication
GormanMichael E.University of VirginiaSocietal dimensions of nantechnologyTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234government oversight and funding
GormanMichael EMoral Imagination, Trading Zones, and the Role of the Ethicist in NanotechnologyNanoethics200933Nanotechnology . Moral imagination . Mental models . Interdisciplinary collaboration . Trading zones . Interactional expertise
GormanMichael E.Technology, Culture, and Communication in Engineering and ApplieLevels of Expertise and Trading Zones: A Framework for Multidisciplinary CollaborationSocial Studies of Science20023212
GrovesChristopher Nanotechnology, Contingency and FinitudeNanoethics200931Nanotechnology . Finitude . Indeterminacy . Novelty . Risk . Uncertainty
GrunwaldArmin Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) Nanotechnology -- A New Field of Ethical InquiryScience and Engineering Ethics2005112ethics privacy post-humanity
GrunwaldArmin Nanotechnology  Steps Towards Understanding HumanNanoethics200712Nanotechnology . Human beings . Technology - nanobiotechnology
GuerraGiorgia European Regulatory Issues in NanomedicineNanoethics200821Nanomedicine . Medical ethics . Technology regulation . Risk perception
HansenSteffen FossLate Lessons From Early Warnings for NanotechnologyNature Nanotechnology200838European Environment Agency, interdisciplinary cooperation, caution
HassounNicole Nanotechnology, Enhancement, and Human NatureNanoethics200823Nanoethics . Nanotechnology . Enhancement . Species . Ecosystem . Evolution . Human nature
HelmusMichael College of Engineering, Boston UniversityThe Need for Rules and RegulationsNature Nanotechnology200726Medicinal Advances, Government Oversight & Funding
HermerénGoran Challenges in the Evaluation of Nanoscale Research - Ethical AspectsNanoethics200713Evaluation . Ethics . Challenges . Nanoscale research . Conceptual framework
HillieThembela Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South AfricaNanotechnology and the Challenge of Clean WaterNature Nanotechnology2007211Medicinal Advances
HongladaromSoraj Nanotechnology, Development and Buddhist ValuesNanoethics200932Nanotechnology . Development . Developing countries . Buddhism. Values
InvernizziNoela Visions of Brazilian Scientists on NanosciencesNanoethics200822Nanosciences . Nanotechnologies . S&T vision assessment . Scientific community . Visions of scientific progress
InvernizziNoela Nanotechnologys Controversial Role for the SouthScience, Technology and Society2008131social benefits, alleviating poverty, developing countries, instrumental, contextual
IshizuSaori Toward the responsible innovation with nanotechnology in Japan: our scopeJournal of Nanoparticle Research2008102Nanotechnology - Responsible R&D - Societal implications - Policy recommendations - Standardization - Risk management - Public e
JamisonAndrew Can Nanotechnology Be Just? On Nanotechnology and the Emerging Movement for Global JusticeNanoethics200932Global justice . Social movements . Innovation . Nanotechnology
JohnsonAnn Modeling Molecules: Computational Nanotechnology as a Knowledge CommunityPerspectives on Science2009172computational nanotechnology, computational chemistry, computational materials science, diversity
JohnsonDeborah GEthics and Technology in the Making:An Essay on the Challenge of NanoethicsNanoethics200711Nanotechnology . Nanoethics . Societal issues . Ethical issues . Sociotechnical systems . Technological development
JonesRichard University of SheffieldAre natural resources a curse?Nature Nanotechnology2007211Business Development
JonesRichard University of SheffieldThe economy of promisesNature Nanotechnology2008322Ethics, Public Understanding of Nano-Technology
JonesRichard University of SheffieldWhat Have We Learned Through Public Engagement?Nature Nanotechnology2007295
JonesRichard The Production of KnowledgeNature Nanotechnology200838sociology, non-instrumental, proprietary model
JonesRichard Nanotechnology, Energy and MarketsNature Nanotechnology200942energy, financa, Chu
JonesRichard It's Not Just About NanotoxicologyNature Nanotechnology2009410nanotoxicology, nanoecotoxicology, upstream public engagement
JonesRichard Are You a Responsible Nanoscientist?Nature Nanotechnology200946European Commission, responsibility, ethics
JonesRichard Feynman's Unfinished BusinessNature Nanotechnology2009412Feynman, Eigler, Schweitzer, Hibbs, vision, computer
JonietzErika Big Hope for Tiny ParticlesTechnology Review (MIT)200900pancreatic cancer, mice, nanocells
JotterandFabrice Beyond Therapy and Enhancement: The Alteration of Human NatureNanoethics200821Human nature . Human enhancement . Alteration ofhumannature . Braincomputer interface . Procedural ethics
KahanDan M.Cultural Cognition of the Risks and Benefits of NanotechnologyNature Nanotechnology200942benefits, risks, cultural cognition, public perception, egalitarian, individualistic
KahanDan M.The Evolution of Risk PerceptionsNature Nanotechnology2009411public perception, risk, gender, age
KahnJennifer Wired Magazine Contributing EditorNano's Big FutureNational Geographic20062096medicinal advances health risks environmental risks government oversight and funding global competition and cooperation bus
KandlikarMilind Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, UniversHealth risk assessment for nanoparticles: A case for using expert judgmentJournal of Nanoparticle Research200791health risks
KearnesMatthew Lancaster UniversityChaos and Control: Nanotechnology and the Politics of EmergenceParagraph2006292
KearnsMatthew On Nanotechnology and Ambivalence: The Politics of EnthusiasmNanoethics200712Nanotechnology . Public engagement . Deliberation . Ambivalence
KeiperAdam The Nanotechnology RevolutionThe New Atlantis200320
KeiperAdam The Nanotech SchismThe New Atlantis200440
KeiperAdam Assessing the Nanotech RevolutionThe New Atlantis200580
KeiperAdam Nanoethics as a Discipline?The New Atlantis2007160
KellerKenneth H.Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy, University of Nanotechnology and SocietyJournal of Nanoparticle Research200791biotechnology regulations government oversight
KeltyChristopher MBeyond Implications and Applications: the Story of Safety by DesignNanoethics200932Anthropology . Buckminsterfullerenes . Environmental engineering . Ethnography . Materials chemistry . Responsibility . Toxicolo
KitcherPhilip Scientific Research  Who Should Govern?Nanoethics200713Scientific research . Governance . Autonomy of science . Science Forum
KjĝlbergKamilla LeinRepresentations of Nanotechnology in NorwegianNanoethics200931Media . Nanotechnology . Norway. Public participation . Upstream public engagement
KjĝlbergKamilla Social and Ethical Interactions with Nano: MappingNanoethics200712Definition . ELSA . Interdisciplinarity . Mapping . Nanotechnology . Novelty . SEIN
KoepsellDavid On Genies and Bottles: Scientists Moral Responsibility and Dangerous Technology R & DScience and Engineering Ethics2010161dangerous technology, moral responsibility, restraint, ethics
KoepsellDavid Lets Get Small: An Introduction to Transitional IssuesNanoethics200932Nanotechnology . Desktop manufacturing . Intellectual property . Types and tokens . Microfabrication
KulinowskiKristen Rice UniversityNanotechnology: From 'Wow' to 'Yuck'Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241public understanding government oversight and funding post-humanity near future products health risks environmental risks me
KuzmaJennifer Ethics of Risk Analysis and Regulatory Review: From Bio- to NanotechnologyNanoethics200822biotechnology . Risk . Regulation . Nanotechnology
KuzmaJennifer An Integrated Approach to Oversight Assessment for Emerging TechnologiesRisk Analysis2008285Expert elicitation;multicriteria decision analysis;multidisciplinary;nanotechnology;oversight assessment;risk
KuzmaJennifer Upstream Oversight Assessment for Agrifood Nanotechnology: A Case Studies ApproachRisk Analysis2008284Agriculture;food;nanotechnology;oversight;risk
KyleRenee Avoiding Empty Rhetoric: Engaging Publics in Debates about NanotechnologiesScience and Engineering Ethics2009151upstream engagement, public policy
LaneNeal Rice University, NSF, Science Advisor to President ClintonThe National Nanotechnology Initiative: Present at the CreationIssues in Science and Technology2005214government oversight and funding
LawrenceStacy co-editor, CIOInsight.comNanotech Grows UpTechnology Review (MIT)200500
LeeChul-Joo University of PennsylvaniaPublic Attitudes toward Emerging Technologies: Examining the Interactive Effects of Cognitions and Affect on Public Attitudes towards NanotechnologyScience Communication2005272public understanding of nanotechnology
LenattiChuck business and technology writerNanotech's First Block-Busters?Technology Review (MIT)20041072
LenoirTimothy Stanford UniversityMakeover: Writing the Body into the Posthuman Technoscape: Part One: Embracing the PosthumanConfigurations2002102
LenoirTimothy Stanford UniversityMakeover: Writing the Body into the Posthuman Technoscape: Part Two: Corporeal AxiomaticsConfigurations2002103
LewensteinBruce V.Cornell UniversityIntroduction-- Nanotechnology and the PublicScience Communication2005272public understanding
LinPatrick Nanotechnology Bound: Evaluating the Case for More RegulationNanoethics200712Nanotechnology . Regulation . Environmental worries . Health and safety worries . Law. Ethics
LinPatrick Untangling the Debate: The Ethics of Human EnhancementNanoethics200823Nanotechnology . Human enhancement . Ethics . Society. Freedom . Autonomy. Health . Safety . Fairness . Equity . Disruption . Di
LinkovIgor Intertox Inc.Multi-criteria decision analysis and environmental risk assessment for nanomaterialsJournal of Nanoparticle Research200794health risks, regulations
LiuLi Center of Science, Technology, and Society, Tsinghua UniversityCharacterising Nanotechnology Research in ChinaScience, Technology, & Society2007122
LouiMichael CWhat Can Students Learn in an Extended Role-Play Simulation on Technology and Society?Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society2009291
LudlowKarinne NanoregulationFiltering Out the Small StuffNanoethics200822Nanotechnology . Regulation . Law. Regulatory triggers . Regulatory assessment
Lux Research The Nanotech Report, Fourth Edition Volumes I and IIReport by Lux Research200700
LyonsKristin Community Engagement to Facilitate, Legitimize and Accelerate the Advancement of Nanotechnologies in AustraliaNanoethics201041Community engagement . Deliberative governance . Nanodialogues . Nano-regulatory debates . Publics . Public engagement . Regulat
MaclurcanDonald CSouthern Roles in Global Nanotechnology Innovation:Nanoethics200932Nanotechnology . Global south . Developing countries . Innovation . Research and development . Nano-divide . Ethics
MacnaghtenPhil Lancaster UniversityNanotechnology, Governance and Public Deliberation: What Role for the Social Sciences?Science Communication2005272government oversight and funding public understanding of nanotechnology
MacoubrieJane North Carolina State UniversityNanotechnology: public concerns, reasoning and trust in governmentPublic Understanding of Science2006152
ManchikantiPadmavati Nanomaterials and Effects on Biological Systems: Development of Effective Regulatory NormsNanoethics201041Nanomaterials . Plants . Aquatic . Regulation . Nanotechnology . Regulatory norms
MannCharles C.Contributing Writer, Technology ReviewNanotech on DisplayTechnology Review (MIT)20041079
ManoharanMohan Research on the Frontiers of Materials ScienceTechnology in Society2008304sustainable development, bio-inspired model
MarchantGary ERisk Management Principles for NanotechnologyNanoethics200821Nanotechnology . Regulation . Risk management . Risk perception . Heuristics . Voluntary programs
MaynardAndrew D.Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, Woodrow Wilson InternationNanotechnology and Occupational Health: New Technologies-- New challengesJournal of Nanoparticle Research200791regulations environmental risks health risks
McCarthyElise Responsibility and NanotechnologySocial Studies of Science2010403
McComasKatherine A.Risky Business: Perceived Behavior of Local Scientists and Community Support for Their ResearchRisk Analysis2008286Biotechnology;fairness;gene therapy;justice;media use;nanotechnology
McGinnRobert Ethical Responsibilities of Nanotechnology Researchers: A Short GuideNanoethics201041Nanotechnology . Ethics . Ethical issues unique to nanotechnology . Ethical responsibility and ethical responsibilities . Fundam
McGinnRobert Ethics and Nanotechnology: Views of Nanotechnology ResearchersNanoethics200822Ethics . Ethical responsibilities . Nanotechnology . Nanotechnology researchers . Ethical issues related to nanotechnology (EIRN
McGregorJoan Researching and Teaching the Ethics and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies in the LaboratoryNanoethics200931Emerging technologies . Ethics . Laboratories
MehtaMichael D.University of SaskatchewanFrom Biotechnology to Nanotechnology: What Can We Learn from Earlier Technologies?Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241nanotechnology and biotechnology and GMOs regulations
MehtaMichael D.University of SaskatchewanNanoscience and Nanotechnology: Assessing the Nature of Innovation in These FieldsBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2002228cooperation and competition
MehtaMichael DNanotechnology and the Developing World: Lab-On-Chip Technology for Health and Environmental ApplicationsBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2008285
MichelsonEvan S.Globalization at the Nano Frontier: The Future of Nanotechnology Policy in the United States, China and IndiaTechnology in Society2008304leading, transitional, developing, "fast-following"
MiksanekTony Good Samaritan Rural Health Clinic, Illinois; Rend Lake College;Microscopic Doctors and Molecular Black Bags: Science Fiction's Prescription for Nanotechnology and Medicine.Literature and Medicine0201
MilburnColin Harvard UniversityNanotechnology in the Age of Posthuman Engineering: Science Fiction as Science.Configurations2002102science fiction Feynman and founders post humanity
MilburnColin Harvard UniversityNano/Splatter: Disintegrating the Postbiological Body.New Literary History2005362biotechnology
MillsK. New Mexico UniversityGetting the best from nanotechnology: approaching social and ethical implications openly and proactivelyTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2005244ethics regulations
MnyusiwallaAnisa University of Toronto Joint Center for BioethicsMind the Gap: science and ethics in nanotechnologyNanotechnology2003140
ModyCyrus Chemical Heritage FoundationCorporations, Universities, and Instrumental Communities: Commercializing Probe Microscopy, 1981-1996Technology and Culture2006471Feynman and founders
MorganKara Senior Advisor for Risk Analysis, Office of Planning/Office of tDevelopment of a Preliminary Framework for Information the Risk Analysis and Risk Management of NanoparticlesRisk Analysis2005256
MyktynCourtney EvertsUniversity of Southern CaliforniaAnti-Aging Medicine: Predictions, Moral Obligations, and Biomedical Intervention.Anthropological Quarterly2006791medicinal advances, biotechnology, ethics
NielsenKristian HvidfeltNanotech, Blur and Tragedy in Recent Artworks by Gerhard RichterLeonardo2008415postmodern crisis of representation, social understanding, blur, Erster Blick, Graphit, Strontium
NordmanAlfred Mind the Gap RevisitedNature Nanotechnology200945gap, mind, speculative ethics
NordmanAlfred Invisible Origins of Nanotechnology: Herbert Gleiter, Materials Science, and Questions of PrestigePerspectives on Science2009172Gleiter, Feynman, nano-chrystaline, nanotechnology, theory
NordmannA. Tech. Univ. DarmstadtNanotechnology's worldview: new space for old cosmologiesTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234
NordmannAlfred If and Then: A Critique of Speculative NanoEthicsNanoethics200711Responsible ethics . Imagined futures overwhelm the actual present . Technology that adapts the world to limited humans vs. tech
NRDC NRDC Comments on EPA Nanotechnology White Paper, January 2006Report by NRDC200600
OttIngrid Department of Economics, University of LuneburgConverging Institutions: Shaping Relationships Between Nanotechnologies, Economy, and SocietyBulletin of Science, Technology, & Society2007276business development
ParkYongtae Department of Industrial Engineering, School of Engineering, SeoThe idiosyncrasy and dynamism of technologicalinnovation across industries: patent citation analysisTechnology in Society2005270business development
PatraDebasmita Perceptions of Nano Ethics among Practitioners in a Developing Country: A Case of IndiaNanoethics201041Cyborg . Ethical issues . India . Nanotechnoscience . Perception . Practitioners
PeckerarM. Maryland UniversityAddressing the Myths of science and public policy: Part IITechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004231public understanding Feynman and founders government oversight and funding
PenseChristine M.Lehigh UniversityRisky Talk: Framing the Analysis of the Social Implications of NanotechnologyBulletin of Science, Technology, and Society2007275
PetersonC. L.Foresight InstituteNanotechnology: From Feynman to the grand challenge of molecular manufacturingTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234regulations government oversight and funding nanotechnology and biotechnology and GMOs
PetersonAlan A Question of Balance or Blind Faith?: Scientists and Science Policymakers Representations of the Benefits and Risks of NanotechnologiesNanoethics200713Nanoparticles . Scientists . Science policymakers . Risk . Regulation . Trust . Public engagement . Medicine . Public health . E
PhoenixC. Center for Responsible NanotechnologyStudying molecular manufacturingTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE2004234near future products Feynman and founders
PidgeonNick Deliberating the Risks of Nanotechnologies for Energy and Health Applications in the United States and United KingdomNature Nanotechnology200942commodification, societal failure, context, public perception
PilarskiLinda M.University of AlbertaMicrosystems and Nanoscience for Biomedical Applications: A View to the FutureBulletin of Science, Technology and Society2004241medicinal advances public understanding ethics microsystems nanomedicine cancer social issues
PowellMaria CMeaningful Citizen Engagement in Science and Technology What Would it Really Take?Science Communication2008301
PrestonChristopher J.The Novelty of Nano and the Regulatory Challenge of NewnessNanoethics201041Central paradox . Emergent properties . Nanomaterial . Newness . Novelty condition . Toxic Substances Control Act
PriestSusanna HornigUhiversity of South CarolinaCommentary -- Room at the Bottom of Pandora's Box: Peril and Promise in Communicating NanotechnologyScience Communication2005272
PriestSusanna Risk perceptions starting to shift? U.S. citizens are forming opinions about nanotechnologyJournal of Nanoparticle Research2010121Risk perception - Benefit perception - Need for regulation - Opinion formation - Panel study - Nanotechnology - Nanoscience - Na
PriestSusanna College of Mass Communications and Information Studies, UniversiThe North American opinion climate for nanotechnology and its products: Opportunities and challenges.Journal of Nanoparticle Research200685public understanding of nanotechnology
ReissSpencer Contributing Editor, WIRED MagazineGuiding the Evolution of ThingsTechnology Review (MIT)20051082near-term future products biotechnology
RennO. Department of Environmental Sociology, University of Stuttgart, Nanotechnology and the need for risk governanceJournal of Nanoparticle Research200682risk regulations global cooperation
RoacheRebecca Ethics, Speculation and ValuesNanoethics200823Cost-benefit analysis . Enhancement . Ethics . Nanotechnology . Precautionary principle . Science . Speculation . Technology .Va
RodriguesRuben Northeastern UniversityThe Implications of High-Rate Nanomanufacturing on Society and Personal PrivacyBulletin of Science Technology and Society2006261privacy
Rogers-HaydenTee Moving engagement 'upstream'? Nanotechnologies and the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineerings inquiryPublic Understanding of Science2007163
Rogers-HaydenTee Introduction: Engaging with Nanotechnologies  Engaging Differently?Nanoethics200712Nanotechnologies . Public and stakeholder engagement . Deliberation
RomigA.D. Vice President, Nonproliferation and Assessments, at Sandia NatiNanotechnology: Scientific Challenges and Societal Benefits and RisksMetallurgical and Materials Transactions2004356
RossPhilip and technology journalistTiny Toxins?Technology Review (MIT)200600regulations government oversigh and funding health risks
RotmanDavid Editor, MIT Technology ReviewMeasuring the Risks of NanotechnologyTechnology Review (MIT)200300health risks environmental risks
Royal Society and Royal Academy Nanoscience and nanotechnologies: Opportunities and uncertaintiesReport by The Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering000
SaariEveliina University of HelsinkiDynamics of Change in Research Work: Constructing a New Research Area in a Research GroupScience, Technology and Human Values2001263
SandhuAdarsh Tokyo Institute of TechnologySetting the StandardNature Nanotechnology200832Business Development; Global Competition & Cooperation; Regulations
SandlerRonald Department of Philosophy and Religion at Northeastern UniversityThe National Nanotechnology Initiative and the Social Good.The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics2006344
SandlerRonald Department of Philosophy and Religion, Northeastern UniversityNanotechnology and Social ContextBulletin of Science, Technology, & Society2007276environmental risks, ethics
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