KIT-Logo Fiedeler, U.; Coenen, Chr.; Davies, S.R.; Ferrari, A. (Hg.):

Understanding Nanotechnology
Philosophy, Policy and Publics

Heidelberg: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft AKA GmbH 2010, ISBN 978-3-89838-641-8, 220 S., 45,00 €
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Davis Baird and Arie Rip v
Understanding Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies
  Sarah R. Davies, Ulrich Fiedeler, Arianna Ferrari and Christopher Coenen 1
Objects in Nanotechnology
  Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent 9
Vision Assessment of Nanotechnology - The Role of Vision in Research Programmes
  Ulrich Fiedeler 23
Buying Time - Using Nanotechnologies and Other Emerging Technologies for a Sustainable Future
  Thomas Vogt 43
Organising Collective Responsibility: On Precaution, Codes of Conduct and Understanding Public Debate
  Renè von Schomberg 61
Nanotechnology Discourses and the Politics of Risk in European Media
  Pádraig Murphy and Valeria Delle Cave 71
Nanotechnology and the U.S.National Innovation System: Continuity and Change
  David C. Mowery 85
Science Policy as Discourse. The Governance of Nanotechnology in the United Kingdom
  Matthias Wienroth and Matthew B. Kearnes 101
From Bio to Nano? Governing through Ethical Speech in France
  Sabine Könninger 121
Expert Opinion on Emerging Technologies Oversight: Lessons for Nanotechnology from Biotechnology
  Jennifer Kuzma, Aliya Kuzhabekova, Susanna Priest and Laura Yerhot 133
Agrifood Nanotechnology: Is This Anything?
  Paul B. Thompson 157
Toward a 'Socially Responsive' Agrifood Nanotechnology: Using Extension to Assess and Link Local Knowledges with Public Policies
  John V. Stone 171
Towards Safety and Sustainability by Design: Nano-sized TiO2 in Sunscreens
  Johannes F. Jacobs, Ibo van de Poel and Patricia Osseweijer 187
S.NET: A (Post-)Academic Society for the Study of Emerging Technosciences: Report on the First S.NET Conference, Seattle 2009
  Christopher Coenen and Mundo Yang 199
  About the Editor and Contributors 211


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