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Agar, JE; (2008) Mechanical metaphor, mechanization, and the modern British civil service. Jahrbuch für europäische Verwaltungsgeschichte , 20 (1) 119 - 138.

Agazzi, É; Echeverría, J; Gomez Rodriguez, A; (2008) Epistemology and the social. Rodopi Bv Editions


Bultitude, K; (2008) The Enhancement & Enrichment Agenda (Invited Presentation). Presented at: The Biosciences Federation Education Colloquium, York, UK.

Bultitude, K; (2008) Hands-on Science in Schools: the Enhancement & Enrichment Perspective. Science in Parliament , 65 (3)

Bultitude, K; (2008) The STEM Directories: A New Way Forwards (Invited Keynote Lecture). [Lecture]. Presented at: South West STEMNET Regional Conference, Bristol, UK.

Bultitude, K; Bandelli, A; Maglio, G; Paleco, C; (2008) Transferability and contagiousness – how to ensure your project continues after the funding runs out. Presented at: ECSITE Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary.

Bultitude, K; Dillon, J; Grant, L; (2008) Evaluating evaluation: what makes evaluation effective? Presented at: ECSITE Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary.


Cain, J; (2008) Arthur James Cain. In: Koertge, N, (ed.) New Dictionary of Scientific Biography. (2:3-2:7). Charles Scribner's Sons: New York.

Chang, H; (2008) Complementary Science. The Philosopher's Magazine (40) pp. 17-24.

Chang, H; (2008) The Historian of Science: Painter, Guide, or Connoisseur? Centaurus , 50 pp. 37-42.

Chang, H; (2008) In Our Time, BBC Radio 4 (Heat). UNSPECIFIED

Chang, H; (2008) The Myth of the Boiling Point. Science Progress , 91 pp. 219-240.

Chang, H; Cartwright, N; (2008) Measurement. In: Curd, M and Psillos, S, (eds.) Routledge Companion to the Philosophy of Science. (pp. 367-375). Routledge: London.


Davies, G; Balmer, B; Barker, K; Doubleday, R; Milne, R; (2008) Locating Technoscience: An on-line reader exploring the geographies of science and technology. UNSPECIFIED

Dawson, E; Wilkinson, C; Bultitude, K; (2008) Talking Robots: A Critical Examination of Strategies for Public Engagement with Robotic Technologies – An Update. Presented at: RoboFesta, Milton Keynes.


Gregory, A; (2008) William Harvey. In: Encyclopedia Brittanica.

Gregory, A; (2008) Plato. In: Keyser, P and Irby-Massie, GL, (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists. Routledge

Gregory, A; Waterfield, R; (2008) Plato: Timaeus and Critias. [Book]. Oxford University Press

Gregory, J; (2008) World Tonight, BBC Radio 4. UNSPECIFIED

Gregory, J; (2008) Scientists communicating. In: Holliman, R and Whitelegg, E and Scanlon, E and Smidt, S and Thomas, J, (eds.) Investigating Science Communication in the Information Age. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Gregory, J; Lock, SJ; (2008) The Evolution of ‘Public Understanding of Science’: Public Engagement as a Tool of Science Policy in the UK. Sociology Compass , 2 (4) pp. 1252-1265. 10.1111/j.1751-9020.2008.00137.x.

Gregory, JE; Bauer, M; (2008) From journalism to corporate communication in post-war Britain. In: Bauer, M and Bucchi, M, (eds.) Journalism, Science and Society: Science Communication between News and Public Relations. (pp. 33-52). Routledge: London.


James, F; (2008) The Janus face of modernity: Michael Faraday in the twentieth century. British Journal for the History of Science , 41 (4) 477 - 516. 10.1017/S000708740800126X. Green open access

James, F; (2008) The Correspondence of Michael Faraday, Volume 5. November 1855 to October 1860. Letters 3033 to 3873 (2008). [Book]. Institution of Engineering and Technology: London.

Jarvis, L.H.M.; (2008) Towards an anatomy of protracted scientific controversy: perpetuated negotiation in the 'directed mutation' debate. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


Knetsch, M; Todd, J; Bultitude, K; (2008) Social science research - expanding user engagement. Does involvement end at the research commissioning process? (Invited Presentation). Presented at: Involve National Conference, Nottingham, UK.


Lock, S.J.; (2008) Lost in translation: Discourses, boundaries and legitimacy in the public understanding of science in the UK. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


MORRIS, N; Hebden, JC; (2008) Evolving collaborations: a self-referential case-study of a social/natural sciences collaborative project. Science Studies , 21 (2) pp. 27-46.

Massimi, M; (2008) "The relevance of Kant's philosophy for the physical sciences of nineteenth century". Review of M. Friedman and A. Nordmann (eds.) "The Kantian legacy in nineteenth century science" (MIT Press). Metascience , 17 pp. 79-83.

Massimi, M; (2008) Why There are No Ready-Made Phenomena: What Philosophers of Science Should Learn From Kant. In: Massimi, M, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED (1 - 35). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS

Maxwell, N; (2008) Cutting God in half. Ethical Record , 113 (5) 3 - 6. Green open access

Maxwell, N; (2008) Do We Need a Scientific Revolution? Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry , 8 (3) pp. 95-105. Green open access

Maxwell, N; (2008) How to Think About Science. UNSPECIFIED

Maxwell, N; (2008) The road to wisdom. New Statesman , 137 (4880) p. 50.

Maxwell, N; (2008) From Knowledge to Wisdom: The Need for an Academic Revolution. In: Barnett, R and Maxwell, N, (eds.) Wisdom in the University. (1 - 19). Routledge: London, UK. Green open access

Maxwell, N; Barnett, R; Iredale, M; McHenry, L; Sternberg, R; Trowbridge, R; Deane-Drummond, C; (2008) Wisdom in the University. [Book]. (1 vols). (1 ed.). Routledge: London.

Maxwell, N.; (2008) Are philosophers responsible for global warming? Philosophy Now , 65 pp. 12-13. Green open access

McCrory, P; Bultitude, K; (2008) So what is 'engagement' anyway? Presented at: British Interactive Group (BIG) Annual Event, Wrexham, UK.

Merzagora, M; Rodari, P; Campanino, M; Bultitude, K; (2008) Science communication as a profession: training needs and future directions. Presented at: ECSITE Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary.


Overton, T; Bultitude, K; Cartwright, H; (2008) Hands-on Science in Schools (Invited Keynote Lecture). [Lecture]. Presented at: Meeting of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, London, UK.


Potts, L; Bultitude, K; Bell, D; Heath, C; (2008) What can social science research do for science communication? (Invited Presentation). Presented at: Science Communication Conference, London, UK.


Rappert, B; Balmer, B; Stone, J; (2008) Science, Technology and the Military: Priorities, Preoccupations and Possibilities. In: Hackett, E and Amsterdamska, O and Lynch, M and Wacjman, J, (eds.) The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 719-740). MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.


Stilgoe, J; Farook, F; (2008) The talking cure: why conversation is the future of healthcare.

Strieth, L; Bultitude, K; Burnet, F; Wilkinson, C; (2008) Meet the Gene Machine: stimulating bioethical discussions at school. Science in School , 9 pp. 34-38.


Werrett, S; (2008) The Panopticon in the garden: Samuel Bentham’s Inspection House and noble theatricality in eighteenth-century Russia. Ab Imperio (3) pp. 47-70.

Werrett, S; (2008) The techniques of innovation: historical configurations of art, science, and invention, from Galileo to GPS. In: Daniels, D and Schmidt, B, (eds.) Artists as inventors: inventors as artists. (pp. 54-69). Hatje Cantz: Stuttgart.

Werrett, S; (2008) 'The finest fireworks in the world’: Chinese pyrotechnics in early modern Europe. In: Zielinski, S and Fuerlus, E, (eds.) Variantology 3: on deep time relations of arts, sciences and technologies in China and elsewhere. (pp. 17-34). Walther Koenig: Cologne.

Wilkinson, C; Dawson, E; Bultitude, K; (2008) Talking robots: examining public engagement with emergent robotic technologies. Presented at: The British Sociological Association Annual Conference “Social Worlds, Natural Worlds”, Warwick, UK.

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