Alison Mohr
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Success factors for environmentally sustainable product innovation: a systematic literature review
JF De Medeiros, JLD Ribeiro, MN Cortimiglia
Journal of Cleaner Production 65, 76-86, 2014
Lessons from first generation biofuels and implications for the sustainability appraisal of second generation biofuels
A Mohr, S Raman
Energy policy 63, 114-122, 2013
Imagining renewable energy: Towards a Social Energy Systems approach to community renewable energy projects in the Global South
J Cloke, A Mohr, E Brown
Energy research & social science 31, 263-272, 2017
Integrating social and value dimensions into sustainability assessment of lignocellulosic biofuels
S Raman, A Mohr, R Helliwell, B Ribeiro, O Shortall, R Smith, K Millar
Biomass and Bioenergy 82, 49-62, 2015
Biofuels and the role of space in sustainable innovation journeys
S Raman, A Mohr
Journal of cleaner production 65, 224-233, 2014
Novice drivers’ individual trajectories of driver behavior over the first three years of driving
GD Roman, D Poulter, E Barker, FP McKenna, R Rowe
Accident Analysis & Prevention 82, 61-69, 2015
Ethical EU law? The influence of the European group on ethics in science and new technologies
H Busby, T Hervey, A Mohr
European Law Review 33 (6), 803-842, 2008
Introduction: engaging with nanotechnologies–engaging differently?
T Rogers-Hayden, A Mohr, N Pidgeon
NanoEthics 1 (2), 123-130, 2007
Challenge clusters facing LCA in environmental decision-making—what we can learn from biofuels
MC McManus, CM Taylor, A Mohr, C Whittaker, CD Scown, AL Borrion, ...
The international journal of life cycle assessment 20 (10), 1399-1414, 2015
Seeking citizens' views on GM crops: Experiences from the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand
J Walls, T Rogers-Hayden, A Mohr, T O'Riordan
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 47 (7), 22-37, 2005
Mapping the role of official bioethics advice in the governance of biotechnologies in the EU: The European Group on Ethics’ Opinion on commercial cord blood banking
A Mohr, H Busby, T Hervey, R Dingwall
Science and Public Policy 39 (1), 105-117, 2012
Governance through “Public private partnerships”: Gaining efficiency at the cost of public accountability
A Mohr
International Summer Academy on Technology Studies-Urban Infrastructure in …, 2004
Which publics? When? Exploring the policy potential of involving different publics in dialogue around science and technology
A Mohr, S Raman, B Gibbs …, 2013
Representing the public in public engagement: The case of the 2008 UK stem cell dialogue
A Mohr, S Raman
PLoS Biol 10 (11), e1001418, 2012
Of being seen to do the right thing: Provisional findings from the first Australian consensus conference on gene technology in the food chain
A Mohr
Science and Public Policy 29 (1), 2-12, 2002
A social licence for science: capturing the public or co-constructing research?
S Raman, A Mohr
Social Epistemology 28 (3-4), 258-276, 2014
Which publics
A Mohr, S Raman, B Gibbs
When, 2013
Working with bacteria and putting bacteria to work: the biopolitics of synthetic biology for energy in the United Kingdom
C McLeod, B Nerlich, A Mohr
Energy research & social science 30, 35-42, 2017
Publics in the making: Mediating different methods of engagement and the publics these construct
A Mohr
Science and Engineering Ethics 17 (4), 667-672, 2011
Medical research involving human beings: Some reflections on the main principles of the international regulatory instruments
L Bergkamp
European Journal of Health Law 11 (1), 61-69, 2004
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