Technology Gatekeepers for War and Peace (Basingstoke: Palgrave
『年報 科学・技術・社会』（I & K コーポレーション、第1巻[1992年]−）ほか
”To understand, or not to understand?: Nuclear waste questions posed to
the sociology of science and technology”, Proceedings of SNU-UT Joint
Forum, (2010), pp. 1-10.
"Theoretical challenges for the current sociology of science and technology: A prospect for its future development", East Asian Science, Technology & Society: An International Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2010), pp. 129-136.
”The complex social realities of bioethics in the science-technology-society interface”, Proceedings of the International Workshop on War and Peace (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, 2009), pp. 176-197.
”The social background of alternative energy development”, in S. Nakayama (ed.), A Social History of Science and Technology in Contemporary Japan, Vol. 4 (Trans Pacific Press, 2006), pp. 274-285.
”The uncertain but crucial relationship between a ‘new energy’ technology and global environmental problems”, Social Studies of Science, Vol.35, No. 4 (2005), pp. 623-651.
”The ‘spin-off’ from the Navy: The case of shipbuilding and marine engineering in the postwar period”, in S. Nakayama (ed.), A Social History of Science and Technology in Contemporary Japan, Vol. 2 (Trans Pacific Press, 2005), pp. 454-467.
”The path-dependency of renewable energy technology and the role of relevant outsiders”, Proceedings of International Workshop on Social Decision Making Process for Energy Technology Introduction (2004), pp. 19-31.
“Military research and its conversion: Naval radar development”, in S. Nakayama (ed.), A Social History of Science and Technology in Contemporary Japan, Vol. 1 (Trans Pacific Press, 2001), pp. 133-145.
“An unknown naval accident and the development trajectory of the Kanpon type turbine”, in Emmanuel Poulle & Robert Halleux, (eds.), Collection of Studies from the International Academy of the History of Science (Brepols Publishers, 2000), Vol. VII., pp. 317-326.
”Reconsidering Japanese industrialization”, Technology and Culture, Vol. 40, No. 1 (1999), pp. 74-97.
“A hidden pitfall in the path of prewar Japanese military technology”, Transactions of the Newcomen Society, Vol. 71, No. 2 (1999), pp. 305-325.
”The ‘Japan Problem’ in science and technology and basic research as a culture ”, AI & Society, Vol. 13, No. 1/2 (1999), pp. 4-21.
”Le jeu des roles autour d’une turbine a vapeur”, Les Cahiers de Science & Vie, No. 41 (Octobre, 1997), pp. 80-90.
”The Imperial Japanese Navy’s connection with a marine steam turbine transfer”, Historia Scientiarum, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1997), pp. 209-227.
”Entrepreneurship and strategy in technology transfer: The ‘composite’ model”, Science Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (1996), pp. 3-13.
”Technology transfer and scientific and technical education: A comparative sociological consideration of the United Kingdom and Japan at the turn of the century”, in E. Pauer (ed.), Papers on the History of Industry and Technology of Japan, Vol. II: From the Meiji-Period to Postwar Japan (Marburger Japan-Reihe, 1995), pp. 41-66.
”Sociology”, Guest Lecture given at Advance Summer School of Radioactive Waste Disposal with Social Scientific Literacy, 3-10 August 2009, University of California, Berkeley.
”STS in Japan and East Asia”, Invited as a guest panelist at EASTS Conference, 19-21 June 2009, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei.
”The Complex Social Realities of Bioethics at the Science-Technology-Society Interface”, Invited paper presented at the International Workshop on War and Peace, 22-23 December 2008, International House of Japan, Tokyo.
”An unnoticed link between an environment-friendly energy technology and global environmental problems: A sociological exploration”, An invited talk given at the International Conference on East Asian Comparative Research, 24 November 2007, National Taiwan University, Taipei.
”The complexities of global environmental problems at the science-technology-society interface”, An invited talk given at the International Workshop on Designing Global Information Commons for Innovation in Frontier Sciences, 9 November 2007, The University of Tokyo.
”Gender politics and health”, A guest discussant at the 2nd International Conference on East Asian Science, Technology & Society, 6-8 August 2007, National Taiwan University.
”The complexities of bioethics at the science-technology-society interface”, An invited talk given at the Genomic Forum of the University of Edinburgh, 7 June 2007, The University of Edinburgh.
”How to understand ‘political artifacts’”, The guest discussant of Langdon Winner, “Political artifacts and their significance”, given at the One-Day STS Workshop, 15 March 2006, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo.
”Understanding Technology and Science in Modern Japan”, The guest discussant at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science, 15-18 October 2003, Atlanta.
”A New Technology, the Global Environment, and the STS Interaction”, An invited presentation made at the 2nd East Asian Conference on STS, 10-13 May 2001, Seoul.
”Cultures of Science” A guest panelist at the roundtable of the EASST/4S Joint Conference, 27-30, September 2000, Vienna.
”The Risk-taking Role of Private Enterprises in the Transfer of the Experimental Tank from Britain to Japan: Technology Gap and Technology Assimilation”, Invited Presentation made at CNRS International Symposium on the Mechanism of Scientific and Technological Transfers and the Making of the Modern Scientific Language, 5 October, 1999, Paris.
”The Royal Navy’s Role in British R & D: Spin-on and Spin-off in a Laissez-faire State”, Invited Presentation made at the Joint Seminar of Maison Francais and Modern History Faculty, 10 June, 1999, University of Oxford.
”Ships and Chips: Pitfalls of Development Trajectory in Japanese War Technologies”, Invited Presentation made at Centre for History & Cultural Studies of Science, 1 March, 1999, University of Kent at Canterbury.
”Ships and Chips: Pitfalls of Self-reliant Development in Japanese War Technologies”, Invited Presentation made at Nissan Institute Seminar, Lecture Theatre, St. Antony’s College, 26 February, 1999, University of Oxford.
“A New Energy Technology Development and Irreversible Environment”, Invited Presentation made at Science and Technology Policy Research Unit, 1 February, 1999, University of Sussex.
”A New Energy Development and Global Environmental Problems in Japan: A Case of the ‘Sunshine’ Project and the Stratospheric Ozone Depletion”, Invited presentation made at the Japan Association for Mathematical Sciences International Seminar, 27 July, 1996, Onuma.
”The Mitsubishi Connection with a Marine Steam Turbine Transfer to Japan”, Invited presentation made at the International Institute for Advanced Study Workshop “The Cultural Background of the Reception of the Natural Sciences in the Non-European World”, 24-26 November 1995, Kyoto.
”A Historical and Sociological Mechanism of the Transfer of Science and Technology: An Experiment of Transferring the Experimental Tank to Japan”, Invited Presentation made at the International Workshop, ”How Could the Development of Japanese Technology Be Placed in the World History?”sponsored by The Japan Science Foundation, 23-25 October, 1993, Kawasaki.
”A Sociological Study of Early 20th Century Japanese Technology Transfer”, Invited Presentation made at the International Institute for Advanced Study Symposium “Translatability of Culture”, 9-11 September, 1991, Kyoto.
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