Nik Brown
Nik Brown
Professor in Science and Technology Studies, University of York
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The sociology of expectations in science and technology
M Borup, N Brown, K Konrad, H Van Lente
Technology analysis & strategic management 18 (3-4), 285-298, 2006
A Sociology of Expectations: Retrospecting Prospects and Prospecting Retrospects
N Brown, M Michael
Technology analysis & strategic management 15 (1), 3-18, 2003
Contested futures: A sociology of prospective techno-science
N Brown, B Rappert
Routledge, 2017
Hope against hype-accountability in biopasts, presents and futures
N Brown
Science & Technology Studies 16 (2), 3-21, 2003
New medical technologies and society: reordering life
N Brown, A Webster
Introducing contested futures: From looking into the future to looking at the future
N Brown, B Rappert, A Webster
Contested futures: A sociology of prospective techno-science, 3-20, 2000
Blood ties: banking the stem cell promise
N Brown, A Kraft
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 18 (3-4), 313-327, 2006
From bedside to bench? Communities of promise, translational research and the making of blood stem cells
P Martin, N Brown, A Kraft
Science as Culture 17 (1), 29-41, 2008
Capitalizing hope: the commercial development of umbilical cord blood stem cell banking
P Martin, N Brown, A Turner
New genetics and society 27 (2), 127-143, 2008
From authority to authenticity: the changing governance of biotechnology
N Brown, M Michael
Health, Risk & Society 4 (3), 259-272, 2002
Shifting tenses: Reconnecting regimes of truth and hope
N Brown
Configurations 13 (3), 331-355, 2005
The promissory pasts of blood stem cells
N Brown, A Kraft, P Martin
BioSocieties 1 (3), 329-348, 2006
Immunitary bioeconomy: The economisation of life in the international cord blood market
N Brown, L Machin, D McLeod
Social Science & Medicine 72 (7), 1115-1122, 2011
Switching between science and culture in transpecies transplantation
N Brown, M Michael
Science, Technology, & Human Values 26 (1), 3-22, 2001
Organising/disorganising the breakthrough motif: Dolly the cloned ewe meets Astrid the hybrid pig
N Brown
Contested futures: A sociology of prospective techno-science, 87-108, 2000
An evaluation of linear model analysis techniques for processing images of microcirculation activity
J Mayhew, D Hu, Y Zheng, S Askew, Y Hou, J Berwick, PJ Coffey, ...
Neuroimage 7 (1), 49-71, 1998
Scientific citizenships: Self-representations of xenotransplantation's publics
M Michael, N Brown
Science as Culture 14 (1), 39-57, 2005
Contradictions of value: between use and exchange in cord blood bioeconomy
N Brown
Sociology of health & illness 35 (1), 97-112, 2013
Immunitary life: A biopolitics of immunity
N Brown
Springer, 2018
Regulating hybrids:‘Making a mess’ and ‘cleaning up’in tissue engineering and transpecies transplantation
N Brown, A Faulkner, J Kent, M Michael
Social Theory & Health 4, 1-24, 2006
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