Sarah Hartley
Sarah Hartley
Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter Business School
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Responsible innovation across borders: tensions, paradoxes and possibilities
P Macnaghten, R Owen, J Stilgoe, B Wynne, A Azevedo, A de Campos, ...
Journal of Responsible Innovation 1 (2), 191-199, 2014
Media coverage of the Zika crisis in Brazil: the construction of a ‘war’frame that masked social and gender inequalities
B Ribeiro, S Hartley, B Nerlich, R Jaspal
Social Science & Medicine 200, 137-144, 2018
Essential features of responsible governance of agricultural biotechnology
S Hartley, F Gillund, L van Hove, F Wickson
PLoS biology 14 (5), e1002453, 2016
Against the tide of depoliticisation: The politics of research governance
S Hartley, W Pearce, A Taylor
Policy and Politics 45 (3), 361-377, 2017
Guidance on stakeholder engagement practices to inform the development of area-wide vector control methods
D Thizy, C Emerson, J Gibbs, S Hartley, L Kapiriri, J Lavery, J Lunshof, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (4), e0007286, 2019
Knowledge engagement in gene drive research for malaria control
S Hartley, D Thizy, K Ledingham, M Coulibaly, A DiabatÚ, B Dicko, S Diop, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (4), e0007233, 2019
Responsible Innovation and political accountability: genetically modified mosquitoes in Brazil
AS De Campos, S Hartley, C de Koning, J Lezaun, L Velho
Journal of Responsible Innovation 4 (1), 5-23, 2017
Regulating genetically modified crops and foods in Canada and the United Kingdom: Democratizing risk regulation
S Hartley, G Skogstad
Canadian Public Administration 48 (3), 305-327, 2005
Why are NGO s sceptical of genome editing? NGOs’ opposition to agricultural biotechnologies is rooted in scepticism about the framing of problems and solutions, rather thaná…
R Helliwell, S Hartley, W Pearce, L O'Neill
EMBO reports 18 (12), 2090-2093, 2017
Responsibility and laboratory animal research governance
C McLeod, S Hartley
Science, Technology, & Human Values 43 (4), 723-741, 2018
A retrospective analysis of responsible innovation for low-technology innovation in the Global South
S Hartley, C McLeod, M Clifford, S Jewitt, C Ray
Journal of Responsible Innovation 6 (2), 143-162, 2019
The ethics of genome editing in non-human animals: a systematic review of reasons reported in the academic literature
N de Graeff, KR Jongsma, J Johnston, S Hartley, AL Bredenoord
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1772), 20180106, 2019
Heritable Genome Editing in a Global Context: National and International Policy Challenges
A Rosemann, A Balen, B Nerlich, C Hauskeller, M Sleeboom‐Faulkner, ...
Hastings Center Report 49 (3), 30-42, 2019
Addressing socio-economic and ethical considerations in biotechnology governance: The potential of a new politics of care
F Wickson, C Preston, R Binimelis, A Herrero, S Hartley, R Wynberg, ...
Food ethics 1 (2), 193-199, 2017
Policy masquerading as science: an examination of non-state actor involvement in European risk assessment policy for genetically modified animals
S Hartley
Journal of European Public Policy 23 (2), 276-295, 2016
The challenges of consulting the public on science policy: Examining the development of European risk assessment policy for genetically modified animals
S Hartley, KM Millar
Review of Policy Research 31 (6), 481-502, 2014
NGO perspectives on the social and ethical dimensions of plant genome-editing
R Helliwell, S Hartley, W Pearce
Agriculture and Human Values 36 (4), 779-791, 2019
Core commitments for field trials of gene drive organisms
KC Long, L Alphey, GJ Annas, CS Bloss, KJ Campbell, J Champer, ...
Science 370 (6523), 1417-1419, 2020
Science and the politics of openness: Here be monsters
B Nerlich, S Hartley, S Raman, A Smith
Manchester University Press, 2018
Designer animals: Mapping the issues in animal biotechnology
C Brunk, S Hartley
University of Toronto Press, 2012
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