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Article

Agar, J; (2013) It's springtime for science: Renewing China-UK scientific relations in the 1970S. Notes and Records of the Royal Society , 67 (1) 7 - 24.

Agar, J; (2013) Sacrificial experts? science, senescence and saving the British nuclear project. History of Science , 51 (1) 63 - 84.

Agar, J; (2011) Thatcher, scientist. Notes and Records of the Royal Society , 65 (3) 215 - 232.

Agar, J; (2008) What happened in the sixties? British Journal for the History of Science , 41 (4) 567 - 600. 10.1017/S0007087408001179. Green and gold open access
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Agar, J; Balmer, B; (1998) 'British Scientists and the Cold War: The Defence Research Policy Committee and Information Networks, 1947-1963. Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences , 28 (2) 209 - 252.

Agar, J; Balmer, B; (1998) British scientists and the Cold War: The Defence Research Policy Committee and information networks, 1947-1963. Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences , 28 (2) X - 244.

Agar, J.; (2006) What difference did computers make? Social Studies of Science , 36 (6) pp. 869-907. 10.1177/0306312706073450.

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

Agar, JE; (2006) What difference did computers make to science? Social Studies of Science , 36 (6) 869 - 907. 10.1177/0306312706073450.

Agar, JE; (2005) Essay review: media history and history of technology. Journal of Contemporary History , 40 (4) 793 - 803.

Agar, JE; (2005) Identity cards in Britain: past experience and policy implications. History & Policy , Article 33.

Agar, JE; (2004) Learning from the mobile phone. RSA Journal (Royal Society of Arts Journal) 26 - 27.

Agar, JE; (2003) A phone with a history’. New Statesman , 16 (774)

Agar, JE; (2001) A tool to fight bigamy, not terrorism. New Statesman , 14 (677) 22 - 22.

Agar, JE; (2001) Essay review: community (net) work. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biology and Biological Sciences , 32 (4) 557 - 564.

Agar, JE; (1999) Info clichés suit Euro funders. Times Higher Education Supplement 10 - 11.

Agar, JE; (1998) Digital patina: texts, spirit and the first computer. History and Technology: an international journal , 15 (1) 121 - 135.

Agar, JE; (1998) Essay review: SSK in theory and practice. Social Studies of Science , 28 (4) 649 - 654.

Agar, JE; (1998) History of computing: approaches, new directions and the possibility of informatic history. History and Technology: an international journal , 15 (1) 1 - 5.

Agar, JE; (1997) The new price and place of university research: Jodrell Bank, NIRNS and the context of post-war British academic science. Contemporary British History , 11 (1) 1 - 30.

Agar, JE; (1996) History of science on the World Wide Web. British Journal for the History of Science , 29 (2) 223 - 227. 10.1017/S0007087400034257. Green and gold open access
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Agar, JE; (1996) The Flowers Report and the provision of computers to universities. The Computer Journal , 39 (7) 630 - 642.

Agar, JE; (1994) Making a meal of the big dish: the construction of the Jodrell Bank Mark I radio telescope as a stable edifice, 1946-57. British Journal for the History of Science , 27 (1) 3 - 21. 10.1017/S0007087400031642. Green and gold open access
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Book

Agar, J; (2012) Science in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. Polity: Cambridge.

Agar, J; (2004) Constant Touch: a Global History of the Mobile Phone. (2nd ed. ed.). Icon Books

Agar, J; (2001) Turing and the universal machine. Totem Books

Agar, J; (1998) Science And Spectacle. Harwood Academic Press: 1998.

Agar, JE; (2003) Constant Touch: a Global History of the Mobile Phone. Icon: Cambridge, MA.

Agar, JE; (2003) The Government Machine: a Revolutionary History of the Computer. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Agar, JE; (2002) Turing and the Universal Machine (Chinese translation). Chongqing University Press: Chongqing.

Agar, JE; Constant Touch: a Global History from Cellphone to Smartphone. (3rd ed. ed.). Icon Books: Cambridge.

Book chapter

Agar, J; (2002) Bodies, machines, and noise. In: Morus, IR, (ed.) Bodies/Machines. (197 - 220). Berg: Oxford.

Agar, JE; (2010) Plant films. In: Secrets of Life DVD. British Film Institute (BFI): London.

Agar, JE; (2003) Science and information technology. In: Britain since 1945. (347 - 364). Blackwell Publishing: Oxford.

Agar, JE; (2001) Modern horrors: British identity and identity cards. In: Caplan, J and Torpey, JCJC, (eds.) Documenting Individual Identity. (101 - 120). Princeton University Press: Princeton.

Agar, JE; (1998) Making space for science. In: Agar, J and Smith, C, (eds.) Making space for science: territorial themes in the history of science. (1 - 25). Macmillan: London.

Agar, JE; (1998) Screening science. In: Agar, J and Smith, C, (eds.) Making space for science: territorial themes in the history of science. (263 - 280). Macmillan: London.

Agar, JE; (1997) Informática y technologías de la información. In: Medina Domenech, RM and Rodríguez Alcázar, FJ and Sánchez Cazorla, JA, (eds.) Ciencia, tecnologia y sociedad: contribuciones para una cultura de la paz. (89 - 111). Universidad de Granada: Granada.

Agar, JE; (1997) Lunar echo experiments at Jodrell Bank. In: Butrica, AJ and Office, USNAASAH, (eds.) Beyond the ionosphere: fifty years of satellite communication. (19 - 30). United States Govt Printing Office: Washington, DC.

Agar, JE; Green, S; Harvey, P; (2002) Cotton to Computers: from Industrial to Information Revolutions. In: Woolgar, S, (ed.) Virtual Society? Technology, Cyperbole, Reality. (264 - 285). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Agar, JE; Harvey, P; Green, S; (2002) Cotton to computers: from industrial to information revolutions. In: Woolgar, S, (ed.) Virtual Society? Technology, Hyperbole, Reality. (264 - 285). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Agar, JE; Hughes, J; (1999) Open systems in a closed world: ground and airborne radar in post-war Britain. In: Bud, R and Gummett, P and Britain, SMG, (eds.) Cold war, hot science: applied research in Britain's defence laboratories 1945-1990. (219 - 250). Harwood Academic Pub: Amsterdam.

Gregory, J; Agar, J; Lock, S; Harries, S; (2007) Public engagement in the private sector: a new form of Public Relations? In: Bauer, M and Bucchi, M, (eds.) Science Communication in the 21st Century: between Journalism and Public Relations. (203 - 214). Routledge: London.

Report

Gregory, J; Agar, J; Lock, S; Harries, S; (2005) Social Science and Science-based Business: Report to the ESRC from the project Science, Citizenship and the Market. Royal Society of Arts: London.

Gregory, J; Lock, S; Agar, J; Harries, S; (2005) What's there to talk about? Public engagement and science-based business. Report of the project 'Science, Citizenship and the Market. Royal Society of Arts: London.

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