James Wilsdon
James Wilsdon
Professor of Research Policy, University of Sheffield & Director, Research on Research Institute
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TitleCited byYear
See-through science: why public engagement needs to move upstream
J Wilsdon, R Willis
Demos, 2004
10382004
The metric tide: Report of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management. HEFCE
J Wilsdon, L Allen, E Belfiore, P Campbell, S Curry, S Hill, R Jones, ...
435*2015
Why should we promote public engagement with science?
J Stilgoe, SJ Lock, J Wilsdon
Public understanding of science 23 (1), 4-15, 2014
3052014
The public value of science (or how to ensure that science really matters)
J Wilsdon, B Wynne, J Stilgoe
Demos, 2005
2812005
Governing at the nanoscale: people, policies and emerging technologies
M Kearnes, P Macnaghten, J Wilsdon
Demos, 2006
1422006
China: the next science superpower?
J Wilsdon, J Keeley
http://www.demos.co.uk/publications/atlaschina, 2007
1382007
From bio to nano: Learning lessons from the UK agricultural biotechnology controversy
M Kearnes, R Grove-White, P Macnaghten, J Wilsdon, B Wynne
Science as culture 15 (4), 291-307, 2006
1362006
Knowledge, networks and nations: Global scientific collaboration in the 21st century
J Wilsdon
The Royal Society, 2011
1212011
The Adaptive State: strategies for personalising the public realm
J Wilsdon, T Bentley
Demos, 2003
87*2003
Carrots, sticks and sermons: influencing public behaviour for environmental goals
J Collins, G Thomas, R Willis, J Wilsdon
Report version 4, 2003
812003
Better humans
P Miller, J Wilsdon
The politics of human enhancement and life extension. London: Demos, 2006
802006
The atlas of ideas
C Leadbeater, J Wilsdon
London: Demos, 2007
712007
The future of technology assessment
M Rodemeyer, D Sarewitz, J Wilsdon
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2005
63*2005
The disrupters: Lessons for low-carbon innovation from the new wave of environmental pioneers
R Willis, M Webb, J Wilsdon
Nesta, 2007
482007
The politics of small things: nanotechnology, risk, and uncertainty
J Wilsdon
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 23 (4), 16-21, 2004
482004
Digital Futures: living in a networked world
J Wilsdon
Routledge, 2014
44*2014
China's Absorptive State: research, innovation and the prospects for China-UK collaboration
K Bound, T Saunders, J Wilsdon, J Adams
Nesta, 2013
412013
The new politics of public engagement with science
J Stilgoe, J Wilsdon
Holliman, Richard, Whitelegg, Elizabeth, Scanlon, Eileen and Smidt, Sam (eds …, 2009
412009
Bio-to-Nano? Learning the lessons, interrogating the comparison
R Grove-White, M Kearnes, P Miller, P Macnaghten, J Wilsdon, B Wynne
Lancaster University and Demos, Lancaster, UK, June, 2004
372004
Future directions for scientific advice in Whitehall
R Doubleday, J Wilsdon
Alliance for Useful Evidence & Cambridge Centre for Science and Policy, 2013
35*2013
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