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The engineer as a “linking agent” in international technology transfer: the case of Basque engineers trained in Liège

Whose Shoe Fits Best? Dubious Physics and Power Politics in the TMD Footprint Controversy

G. R. Mitchell, Whose Shoe Fits Best? Dubious Physics and Power Politics in the TMD Footprint Controversy, Science, Technology & Human Values, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 52-86, 2000.

Anticipatory life-cycle assessment for responsible research and innovation

Experts and Anecdotes: The Role of ‘‘Anecdotal Evidence’’ in Public Scientific Controversies

Navigating a Constitutional Moment: Reflections on Implementing Graduate Attributes in Canadian Engineering Education

Finding a place for engineering studies in disaster STS? Creating the STS Forum on the 2011 East Japan Disaster

The Ethnographic Machine: Experimenting with Context and Comparison in Strathernian Ethnography

A. Morita, The Ethnographic Machine: Experimenting with Context and Comparison in Strathernian Ethnography, Science, Technology & Human Values, vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 214-235, 2014.

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