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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    9 June 2017Addressing socio-economic and ethical considerations in biotechnology governance: the potential of a new politics of care  Wickson, F; Preston, CJ; Binimelis, R; et al.
    1 July 2017Against the tide of depoliticisation: The politics of research governance  Hartley, S; Pearce, W; Taylor, A
    27 October 2014The Challenges of Consulting the Public on Science Policy: Examining the Development of European Risk Assessment Policy for Genetically Modified Animals  Hartley, S; Millar, KM
    4 May 2016Essential Features of Responsible Governance of Agricultural Biotechnology  Hartley, S; Gillund, F; van Hove, L; et al.
    25 March 2019The ethics of genome editing in non-human animals: A systematic review of reasons reported in the academic literature  de Graeff, N; Jongsma, KR; Johnston, J; et al.
    1 September 2017European Novel Foods Policy at a Critical Juncture: Drawing lessons for future Novel Food Governance through a retrospective examination of Regulation 258/97  Hyde, R; Hartley, S; Millar, K
    21 March 2021Experimenting with co-development: a qualitative study of gene drive research for malaria control in Mali  Hartley, S; Ledingham, K; Owen, R; et al.
    2022Gene drives in the UK, US and Australian press (2015-2019): How a new focus on responsibility is shaping science communication  Stelmach, A; Nerlich, B; Hartley, S
    25 April 2019Guidance on stakeholder engagement practices to inform the development of areawide vector control methods  Thizy, D; Emerson, C; Gibbs, J; et al.
    3 July 2019Heritable Genome Editing in a Global Context: National and International Policy Challenges  Rosemann, A; Balen, A; Nerlich, B; et al.
    3 April 2021Knowing when to talk? Plant genome editing as a site for pre-engagement institutional reflexivity  Smith, RDJ; Hartley, S; Middleton, P; et al.
    2019Knowledge engagement in gene drive research for malaria control  Hartley, S; Thizy, D; Ledingham, K; et al.
    31 January 2018Media coverage of the Zika crisis in Brazil: The construction of a 'war' frame that masked social and gender inequalities.  Ribeiro, B; Hartley, S; Nerlich, B; et al.
    14 June 2019NGO perspectives on the social and ethical dimensions of plant genome-editing  Helliwell, R; Hartley, S; Pearce, W
    8 June 2015Policy masquerading as science: an examination of non-state actor involvement in European risk assessment policy for genetically modified animals  Hartley, S
    2022Prescribing engagement in environmental risk assessment for gene drive technology  Hartley, S; Kokotovich, A; McCalman, C
    7 March 2018Reply to Tagliabue  Pearce, W; Hartley, S; Helliwell, R; et al.
    1 September 2017Responsibility and Laboratory Animal Research Governance  Hartley, S; McLeod, C
    11 May 2019A retrospective analysis of responsible innovation for low-technology innovation in the Global South  Hartley, S; McLeod, C; Clifford, M; et al.
    25 November 2020The Sustainable Path to a Circular Bioeconomy  Hadley Kershaw, E; Hartley, S; McLeod, C; et al.