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risk perceptions
Risk Assessment
Problem Formulation and Option Assessment (PFOA) Linking Governance and Environmental Risk Assessment for Technologies: A Methodology for Problem Analysis of Nanotechnologies and Genetically Engineered Organisms, Nelson, Kristen C., Andow David A., and Banker Michael J. , Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Winter2009, Volume 37, Issue 4, p.732-748, (2009) Abstract

Nelson, Kristen C. 1 Andow, David A. 2 Banker, Michael J. 3; Affiliation: 1: Associate Professor in the Department of Forest Resources and the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Co-Coordinator for Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, and a recipient of the Morse Distinguished Teaching Award at the University of Minnesota. 2: Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota, and has consulted for the National Academy of Sciences, USDA, EPA, FAO, WTO, NAFTA, and the Convention on Biological Diversity on ecological risks of genetically engineered organisms. 3: Communications/Outreach Manager and Project Analyst for the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources, Minnesota State Legislature.; Source Info: Winter2009, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p732; Subject Term: TECHNOLOGICAL innovations; Subject Term: TRANSPARENCY in government; Subject Term: NANOTECHNOLOGY; Subject Term: TRANSGENIC organisms; Subject Term: ENVIRONMENTAL risk assessment; Subject Term: DECISION making; Subject Term: SOCIAL aspects; Number of Pages: 17p; Illustrations: 1 Diagram; Document Type: Article

Risk Communication for Nanobiotechnology: To Whom, About What, and Why?, Priest, Susanna Hornig , The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 12/2009, Volume 37, Issue 4, p.759 - 769, (2009) Abstract
A Call for Stepping Up 'Risk Science", Shaw, Gwyneth K. , New Haven Independent , 11/23/2010, Number 11/29/2010, New Haven, CT, (2010) Abstract
Real-time technology assessment, Guston, D., and Sarewitz D. , Technology in Society, 2002, Volume 24, Issue 1-2, p.93-109, (2002) Abstract
Decision Ethics and Emergent Technologies: The Case of Nanobiotechnology , Berube, David , European Journal of Law and Technology , 12/2011, Volume 2, Issue 3, (2011) Abstract
Governing Future Technologies : Nanotechnology and the Rise of an Assessment Regime, Kaiser, Matthias, Kurath M., Maasen S., and Rehmann, Shutter C. , Series of the Sciences Yearbook, Volume 27, p.XXIII, 314 p., (2010) Abstract

Part I: Going ‘Nano’: Opportunities and Risks
Introduction to Part I
Chapter I: Martina Merz:
"Reinventing a Laboratory: Nanotechnology as a Resource for Organizational Change"
Chapter II: Monika Kurath:
"Negotiating Nano: From Assessing Risks to Disciplinary Transformations"
Chapter III: Christian Kehrt & Peter Schüssler:
"‘Nanoscience is 100 Years Old.’ The Defensive Appropriation of Nanodiscourse within the Disciplinary Boundaries of Crystallography"

Part II: Making Sense: Visions, Images, and Video Games
Introduction to Part II
Chapter IV: Joachim Schummer:
"From Nano-Convergence to NBIC-Convergence: ‘The best way to predict the future is to create it’"
Chapter V: Christopher Coenen:
"Deliberating Visions: The Case of Human Enhancement in the Discourse on Nanotechnology and Convergence"
Chapter VI: Andreas Lösch:
"Visual Dynamics: The Defuturization of the Popular ‘Nano-Discourse’ as an Effect of Increasing Economization"
Chapter VII: Colin Milburn:
"Digital Matters: Video Games and the Cultural Transcoding of Nanotechnology"

Part III:Assessing ‘Nano’: Repercussions on Research
Introduction to Part III
Chapter VIII: Arie Rip & Marloes van Amerom:
"Emerging de facto Agendas Surrounding Nanotech-nology: Two Cases Full of Contingencies, Lockouts, and Lock-Ins"
Chapter IX: Armin Grunwald & Peter Hocke:
"The Risk Debate on Nanoparticles: Contribution to a Normalisation of the Science/Society Relationship?"
Chapter X: Mario Kaiser:
"Futures Assessed: How Technology Assessment, Ethics and Think Tanks Make Sense of an Unknown Future"

Part IV:Assessing Dialogue: Governing ‘Nano’ by ELSI
Introduction to Part IV
Chapter XI: Alain Kaufmann, Claude Joseph, Catherine El-Bez & Marc Audétat:
"Why enrol citizens in the governance of nanotechnology?"
Chapter XII: Risto Karinen & David H. Guston:
"Toward Anticipatory Governance: The Experience with Nanotechnology"
Chapter XIII: Christoph Rehmann-Sutter & Jackie Leach Scully:
"Which Ethics for (of) the Nanotechnologies?"

Part V: Deconstructing the Assessment Regime
Introduction to Part V
Chapter XIV: Alfred Nordmann & Astrid Schwarz:
"Lure of the ‘Yes’: The Seductive Power of Technoscience"
Chapter XV: Matthew Kearnes:
"The Time of Science: Deliberation and the ‘New Governance’ of Nanotechnology"
Chapter XVI: Sabine Maasen:
"Converging Technologies – Diverging Reflexivities? Intellectual Work in Knowledge-Risk-Media-Audit Societies"

Responsible innovation
Responsible Development
RESPONSIBILITY
On Genies and Bottles: Scientists’ Moral Responsibility and Dangerous Technology R&D, Koepsell, David , Science & Engineering Ethics, Volume 16, Issue 1, p.119-133, (2010) Abstract

Koepsell, David 1; Email Address: d.r.koepsell@tudelft.nl; Affiliation: 1: Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management, Delft University of Technology, P.O. Box 5015, 2600 GA Delft, The Netherlands; Source Info: Mar2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p119; Subject Term: SCIENTISTS; Subject Term: RESPONSIBILITY; Subject Term: SCIENCE -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: MORAL education; Author-Supplied Keyword: Dangerous technology; Author-Supplied Keyword: Duty of restraint; Author-Supplied Keyword: Moral responsibility; Author-Supplied Keyword: Research ethics; Author-Supplied Keyword: Scientific ethics; Number of Pages: 15p; Document Type: Article

Responsibilisation
RESEARCH, Industrial
Commentary: Oversight of Engineered Nanomaterials in the Workplace, Maynard, Andrew D. , Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Winter2009, Volume 37, Issue 4, p.651-658, (2009) Abstract

Maynard, Andrew D. 1; Affiliation: 1: Chief Science Advisor with the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.; Source Info: Winter2009, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p651; Subject Term: NANOTECHNOLOGY; Subject Term: RESEARCH, Industrial; Subject Term: INDUSTRIAL safety; Subject Term: NANOSTRUCTURED materials industry; Subject Term: SAFETY regulations; Subject Term: UNITED States; Company/Entity: UNITED States. Occupational Safety & Health Administration; NAICS/Industry Codes: 926120 Regulation and Administration of Transportation Programs; NAICS/Industry Codes: 926150 Regulation, Licensing, and Inspection of Miscellaneous Commercial Sectors; Number of Pages: 8p; Document Type: Article

Research ethics
On Genies and Bottles: Scientists’ Moral Responsibility and Dangerous Technology R&D, Koepsell, David , Science & Engineering Ethics, Volume 16, Issue 1, p.119-133, (2010) Abstract

Koepsell, David 1; Email Address: d.r.koepsell@tudelft.nl; Affiliation: 1: Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management, Delft University of Technology, P.O. Box 5015, 2600 GA Delft, The Netherlands; Source Info: Mar2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p119; Subject Term: SCIENTISTS; Subject Term: RESPONSIBILITY; Subject Term: SCIENCE -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: MORAL education; Author-Supplied Keyword: Dangerous technology; Author-Supplied Keyword: Duty of restraint; Author-Supplied Keyword: Moral responsibility; Author-Supplied Keyword: Research ethics; Author-Supplied Keyword: Scientific ethics; Number of Pages: 15p; Document Type: Article

RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects
On Genies and Bottles: Scientists’ Moral Responsibility and Dangerous Technology R&D, Koepsell, David , Science & Engineering Ethics, Volume 16, Issue 1, p.119-133, (2010) Abstract

Koepsell, David 1; Email Address: d.r.koepsell@tudelft.nl; Affiliation: 1: Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management, Delft University of Technology, P.O. Box 5015, 2600 GA Delft, The Netherlands; Source Info: Mar2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p119; Subject Term: SCIENTISTS; Subject Term: RESPONSIBILITY; Subject Term: SCIENCE -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: MORAL education; Author-Supplied Keyword: Dangerous technology; Author-Supplied Keyword: Duty of restraint; Author-Supplied Keyword: Moral responsibility; Author-Supplied Keyword: Research ethics; Author-Supplied Keyword: Scientific ethics; Number of Pages: 15p; Document Type: Article