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Article Jan Domaradzki (2023)
From evil demiurge to caring hero: images of geneticists in the movies. Science as Culture (pp. 266-293). (/isis/citation/CBB948371310/) unapi

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New techno-natures: The future of human reproduction in sci-art. Science as Culture (pp. 169-189). (/isis/citation/CBB379716850/) unapi

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India’s Biotech Emergence: A Critical Political Economy Analysis. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 34-49). (/isis/citation/CBB795174326/) unapi

Article Fabrício Monteiro Neves (2022)
Some elements of the regime of management of irrelevance in science. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB498387701/) unapi

Article Alejandro Barragán-Ocaña; Rubén Oliver-Espinoza; María del Pilar Longar-Blanco; et al. (2022)
Technological development and patent analysis: The case of biopharmacy in the world and in Latin America. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB871494105/) unapi

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New Materialism and the History of Agribusiness. Agricultural History (pp. 253-258). (/isis/citation/CBB921018299/) unapi

Article Doogab Yi (2022)
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Biofabrication. (/isis/citation/CBB690778869/) unapi

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Hawaiʻi as a Laboratory Paradise: Divergent Sociotechnical Island Imaginaries. Science as Culture (pp. 342-366). (/isis/citation/CBB862166881/) unapi

Article Heidrun Åm; Gisle Solbu; Knut H Sørensen (April 2021)
The imagined scientist of science governance. Social Studies of Science (pp. 277-297). (/isis/citation/CBB130803417/) unapi

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“Un-Promethean” science and the future of humanity: Heidegger’s warning. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences. (/isis/citation/CBB701489985/) unapi

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The Insights of Radical Science in the CRISPR Gene-Editing Era: A History of Science for the People and the Cambridge Recombinant DNA Controversy. Science as Culture (pp. 74-103). (/isis/citation/CBB000261857/) unapi

Book Anthony Rimmington (2021)
The Soviet Union's agricultural biowarfare programme: ploughshares to swords. (/isis/citation/CBB676890168/) unapi

Article Debra A. Reid (2021)
Come Along! Exploring Agricultural History and the Public History of Biotechnology. Agricultural History (pp. 5-35). (/isis/citation/CBB294572860/) unapi

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Johannes Kepler and Twenty-First-Century Science. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 413-428). (/isis/citation/CBB241144158/) unapi

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The Human Gene Editing Debate. (/isis/citation/CBB424000521/) unapi

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Houseflies and Fungi: The Promise of an Early Twentieth-Century Biotechnology. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science. (/isis/citation/CBB156717395/) unapi

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Let’s (not) talk about synthetic biology: Framing an emerging technology in public and stakeholder dialogues. Public Understanding of Science (pp. 492-507). (/isis/citation/CBB333309152/) unapi

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Seeds of power: Environmental injustice and genetically modified soybeans in Argentina. (/isis/citation/CBB173880529/) unapi

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