Bart Penders
Bart Penders
Science studies scholar, Maastricht University
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Understanding life together: A brief history of collaboration in biology
N Vermeulen, JN Parker, B Penders
Endeavour 37 (3), 162-171, 2013
Collaboration in the new life sciences
JN Parker, N Vermeulen, B Penders
Ashgate, UK, 2010
Ten simple rules for responsible referencing
B Penders
PLoS computational biology 14 (4), e1006036, 2018
The Social and Epistemic Organization of Scientific Work
EJ Hackett, JN Parker, N Vermeulen, B Penders
Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, 4th edition, 733-764, 2017
Walking the line between lab and computation: The “moist” zone
B Penders, K Horstman, R Vos
BioScience 58 (8), 747-755, 2008
Addressing vaccine hesitancy in China: a scoping review of Chinese scholarship
R Yang, B Penders, K Horstman
Vaccines 8 (1), 2, 2019
Capable and credible? Challenging nutrition science
B Penders, A Wolters, EF Feskens, F Brouns, M Huber, ...
European Journal of Nutrition 56, 2009-2012, 2017
The social study of corporate science: A research manifesto
B Penders, JMA Verbakel, A Nelis
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 29 (6), 439-446, 2009
Rinse and repeat: Understanding the value of replication across different ways of knowing
B Penders, JB Holbrook, S de Rijcke
Publications 7 (3), 52, 2019
Credibility engineering in the food industry: linking science, regulation, and marketing in a corporate context
B Penders, AP Nelis
Science in Context 24 (4), 487-515, 2011
A tale of two 'opens': intersections between Free and Open Source Software and Open Scholarship
J Tennant, R Agarwal, K Baždarić, D Brassard, T Crick, DJ Dunleavy, ...
SocArXiv. March 6, 2020
Big, small or mezzo?: Lessons from science studies for the ongoing debate about ‘big’ versus ‘little’ research projects
N Vermeulen, JN Parker, B Penders
EMBO reports 11 (6), 420-423, 2010
Do synthesis centers synthesize? A semantic analysis of topical diversity in research
EJ Hackett, E Leahey, JN Parker, I Rafols, SE Hampton, U Corte, ...
Research Policy 50 (1), 104069, 2021
From individuals to groups: a review of the meaning of ‘personalized’ in nutrigenomics
B Penders, K Horstman, WHM Saris, R Vos
Trends in Food Science & Technology 18 (6), 333-338, 2007
Civil disobedience in scientific authorship: Resistance and insubordination in science
B Penders, DM Shaw
Accountability in research 27 (6), 347-371, 2020
Bioinformatics: indispensable, yet hidden in plain sight?
A Bartlett, B Penders, J Lewis
BMC bioinformatics 18, 1-4, 2017
Beyond trust: Plagiarism and truth
B Penders
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 15 (1), 29-32, 2018
Co-production of ICT and children at risk: The introduction of the Child Index in Dutch child welfare
I Lecluijze, B Penders, FJM Feron, K Horstman
Children and Youth Services Review 56, 161-168, 2015
The Diversification of Health: Politics of Large-Scale Cooperation in Nutrition Science
B Penders
Transcript Verlag, 2010
Marching for the myth of science: A self‐destructive celebration of scientific exceptionalism
B Penders
EMBO reports 18 (9), 1486-1489, 2017
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