ISSN 1369-8575, Online ISSN: 1469-8331
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Nanotechnologies, risk and society
Petersen, Alan; Anderson, Alison; Wilkinson, Clare; Allan, Stuart
Toxic effects of nanoparticles and nanomaterials: Implications for public health, risk assessment and the public perception of nanotechnology
Handy, R. D.; Shaw, B. J.
From uncertainty to risk?: Scientific and news media portrayals of nanoparticle safety
Wilkinson, Clare; Allan, Stuart; Anderson, Alison; Petersen, Alan
Risks and benefits of nanotechnology: How young adults perceive possible advances in nanomedicine compared with conventional treatments
Nerlich, Brigitte; Clarke, David D.; Ulph, Fiona
New risk or old risk, high risk or no risk? How scientists' standpoints shape their nanotechnology risk frames
Powell, Maria C.
Opening up nanotechnology dialogue with the publics: Risk communication or 'upstream engagement'?
Pidgeon, Nick; Rogers-Hayden, Tee
Risk, public engagement and reflexivity: Alternative framings of the public dimensions of nanotechnology
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