Sujatha Raman
Sujatha Raman
Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS), The Australian National
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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
2762013
Life, science, and biopower
S Raman, R Tutton
Science, Technology, & Human Values 35 (5), 711-734, 2010
1482010
The new randomised controlled trials (RCT) movement in public policy: challenges of epistemic governance
W Pearce, S Raman
Policy sciences 47 (4), 387-402, 2014
752014
Beyond counting climate consensus
W Pearce, R Grundmann, M Hulme, S Raman, E Hadley Kershaw, ...
Environmental Communication 11 (6), 723-730, 2017
652017
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
552015
Biofuels and the role of space in sustainable innovation journeys
S Raman, A Mohr
Journal of cleaner production 65, 224-233, 2014
532014
Corporate-led sustainable development and energy poverty alleviation at the bottom of the pyramid: The case of the CleanCook in Nigeria
T Sesan, S Raman, M Clifford, I Forbes
World Development 45, 137-146, 2013
502013
Institutional perspectives on science-policy boundaries
S Raman
Science and public policy 32 (6), 418-422, 2005
442005
The commodification of knowledge about knowledge: Knowledge management and the reification of epistemology
T Hellström, S Raman
Social Epistemology 15 (3), 139-154, 2001
412001
Framing the agricultural use of antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance in UK national newspapers and the farming press
C Morris, R Helliwell, S Raman
Journal of Rural Studies 45, 43-53, 2016
362016
Randomised trials in context: practical problems and social aspects of evidence-based medicine and policy
W Pearce, S Raman, A Turner
Trials 16 (1), 394, 2015
312015
Governing stem cell therapy in India: regulatory vacuum or jurisdictional ambiguity?
SS Tiwari, S Raman
New Genetics and Society 33 (4), 413-433, 2014
282014
Fossilizing renewable energies
S Raman
Science as Culture 22 (2), 172-180, 2013
282013
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
232012
SocRobust (Management tools and a management framework for assessing the potetial long-term S&T options to become embedded in society) Final Report; Project SOE 1981126 of the …
P Laredo, A Rip, E Jolivet, E Shove, S Raman, EHM Moors, B Poti, ...
Armines, 2002
232002
Are plants the new oil? Responsible innovation, biorefining and multipurpose agriculture
OK Shortall, S Raman, K Millar
Energy Policy 86, 360-368, 2015
212015
Which publics? When? Exploring the policy potential of involving different publics in dialogue around science and technology.
A Mohr, S Raman, B Gibbs
212013
Science advice for global challenges: Learning from trade-offs in the IPCC
W Pearce, M Mahony, S Raman
Environmental Science & Policy 80, 125-131, 2018
192018
Which publics
A Mohr, S Raman, B Gibbs
When, 2013
182013
A social licence for science: capturing the public or co-constructing research?
S Raman, A Mohr
Social Epistemology 28 (3-4), 258-276, 2014
172014
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