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Book Ritu Raman (2021)
Biofabrication. (/isis/citation/CBB690778869/) 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

Article Gerard Sasges (2021)
Mold’s Dominion: Science, Empire, and Capitalism in a Globalizing World. American Historical Review (pp. 82-108). (/isis/citation/CBB369638636/) unapi

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

Book John H. Evans (2020)
The Human Gene Editing Debate. (/isis/citation/CBB424000521/) unapi

Article Matthew Holmes (2020)
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

Article Anja Bauer; Alexander Bogner (2020)
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

Article Flavio D'Abramo; Sybille Neumeyer (2020)
A Historical and Political Epistemology of Microbes. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 321-330). (/isis/citation/CBB158989443/) unapi

Article Avinash Kumar; Sambit Mallick (2020)
Interests, Norms, Meanings: A Study of Rice Biotechnology in India. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society (pp. 31-39). (/isis/citation/CBB980442365/) unapi

Article Derek Byerlee (2020)
The globalization of hybrid maize, 1921–70. Journal of Global History (pp. 101-122). (/isis/citation/CBB392738548/) unapi

Article Eda Kranakis (2019)
A Tale of Two Inventions: Monsanto, Biotechnology, and the Geography of Postmodern Science. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 701-725). (/isis/citation/CBB875215202/) unapi

Book Jennifer Johung (2019)
Vital Forms: Biological Art, Architecture, and the Dependencies of Life. (/isis/citation/CBB576130945/) unapi

Book Mark Dennis Robinson (2019)
The Market in Mind: How Financialization Is Shaping Neuroscience, Translational Medicine, and Innovation in Biotechnology. (/isis/citation/CBB602177290/) unapi

Book Mathias Grote (2019)
Membranes to Molecular Machines: Active Matter and the Remaking of Life. (/isis/citation/CBB578630199/) unapi

Article Jonas Rüppel; Torsten H. Voigt (2019)
The Death of the Clinic? Emerging Biotechnologies and the Reconfiguration of Mental Health. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 567-580). (/isis/citation/CBB246876726/) unapi

Article Miguel García-Sancho; Dmitriy Myelnikov (2019)
Between mice and sheep: Biotechnology, agricultural science and animal models in late-twentieth century Edinburgh. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (pp. 24-33). (/isis/citation/CBB803418234/) unapi

Article Adam Rome (Spring 2019)
DuPont and the Limits of Corporate Environmentalism. Business History Review (pp. 75-99). (/isis/citation/CBB084779699/) unapi

Article Sarah Bezan (2019)
The Endling Taxidermy of Lonesome George: Iconographies of Extinction at the End of the Line. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 211-238). (/isis/citation/CBB763453622/) unapi

Book Booker, Matthew Morse; Charles Ludington (2019)
Food Fights: How history matters to contemporary food debates. (/isis/citation/CBB403443741/) unapi

Essay Review Michael M.J. Fischer (June 2018)
Book Review: Fungible Life: Experiment in the Asian City of Life, by Aihwa Ong; Good Science: The Ethical Choreography of Stem Cell Research, by Charis Thompson. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal. (/isis/citation/CBB232878445/) unapi


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