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ISTPP Researchers Publish Nanotechnology Paper Based on National Science Foundation Grant Research

May 31, 2010

ISTPP associate director, Eric Lindquist, associate research scientist, Xinsheng Liu, and former ISTPP researcher, Katrina Mosher-Howe, have an article in the May issue of Review of Policy Research. Based on Dr. Lindquist’s research conducted for a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant on nanotechnology and problem definition, the piece is titled “Nanotechnology . . . What Is It Good For? (Absolutely Everything): A Problem Definition Approach” and examines how nanotechnology entrepreneurs are vying for resources in the political domain while strategically linking their nano-solution to multiple and ambiguous problems. The article considers the evolution of nanotechnology as a solution, and the linked problems from a problem definition perspective.

Article citation: Lindquist, E., Mosher-Howe, K. N. & Liu, X. (2010). Nanotechnology . . . What Is It Good For? (Absolutely Everything): A Problem Definition Approach. Review of Policy Research, 27(3), 255-271.

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