1. Reinventing a Laboratory: Nanotechnology as a Resource for Organizational Change
2. Negotiating Nano: From Assessing Risks to Disciplinary Transformations
3. “Nanoscience is 100 Years Old.” The Defensive Appropriation of the Nanotechnology Discourse within the Disciplinary Boundaries of Crystallography
Christian Kehrt, Peter Schüßler
4. From Nano-Convergence to NBIC-Convergence: “The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Create it”
5. Deliberating Visions: The Case of Human Enhancement in the Discourse on Nanotechnology and Convergence
6. Visual Dynamics: The Defuturization of the Popular “Nano-Discourse” as an Effect of Increasing Economization
7. Digital Matters: Video Games and the Cultural Transcoding of Nanotechnology
Arie Rip, Marloes Amerom
9. The Risk Debate on Nanoparticles: Contribution to a Normalisation of the Science/Society Relationship?
Armin Grunwald, Peter Hocke
10. Futures Assessed: How Technology Assessment, Ethics and Think Tanks Make Sense of an Unknown Future
11. Why Enrol Citizens in the Governance of Nanotechnology?
Alain Kaufmann, Claude Joseph, Catherine El-Bez, Marc Audétat
12. Toward Anticipatory Governance: The Experience with Nanotechnology
Risto Karinen, David H. Guston
13. Which Ethics for (of) the Nanotechnologies?
Christoph Rehmann-Sutter, Jackie Leach Scully
14. Lure of the “Yes”: The Seductive Power of Technoscience
Alfred Nordmann, Astrid Schwarz
15. The Time of Science: Deliberation and the “New Governance” of Nanotechnology
16. Converging Technologies – Diverging Reflexivities? Intellectual Work in Knowledge-Risk-Media-Audit Societies