1. 2017
  2. van der Molen, F. (2017). Governing knowledge: Understanding the interplay between knowledge and coastal governance [Groningen]: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
  3. 2016
  4. Borg, H., Galema, A. J. B. E., Mulder, H. A. J., & Steenbeek, S. (2016). The University of Groningen: an Engaging University. In J. Goddard, E. Hazelkorn, L. Kempton, & P. Vallance (Eds.), The Civic University: The Policy and Leadership Challenges (pp. 201-221). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  5. van der Meer, R., de Boer, M. K., Liebich, V., ten Hallers, C., Veldhuis, M., & Ree, K. (2016). Ballast Water Risk Indication for the North Sea. Ocean & Coastal Management, 44(6), 547-568. DOI: 10.1080/08920753.2016.1233794
  6. Swart, J. (2016). Care for the Wild in the Anthropocene. In Animal Ethics in the Age of Humans: Springer International Publishing (Vol. 23, pp. 173-188). (The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics; Vol. 23). ECNC. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-44206-8_11
  7. Snoo, G. D., & van der Windt, H. (2016). Ontwikkeling natuurbescherming op boerenland en in reservaten. In G. R. de Snoo, T. C. P. Brouwer, W. J. van der Weijden , & H. A. Udo de Haes (Eds.), Agrarisch natuurbeheer in Nederland: Principes, resultaten en perspectieven (pp. 37-51). Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
  8. Steinhaus, N., Mulder, H., & de Marree, J. (2016). Public Engagement for Responsible Research and Innovation. In C. Pratt (Ed.), The Diversity of University-Community Engagement: An Internaional Perspective (pp. 14-27). Pulau Pinang: APUCEN (Asia-Pacific University-Community Engagement Network).
  9. 2015
  10. Roelofs, C. (2015). Towards sustainable biotechnology innovation in Africa: The roles of stakeholders in local contexts. Poster session presented at EU-SPRI Early Career Researcher Conferences (ECC) , Rome, Italy.
  11. Andersson, E., Mulder, H., Kuhn, R., Damianova, Z., & Bussu, S. (2015). Engaging the public in R&I: why, when, & how. In E. Andersson, S. Bussu, & H. Davis (Eds.), Science, Society and Engagement: An E-Anthology (pp. 44-50). London: The Involve Foundation.
  12. Bussu, S., Mulder, H., Pfersdorf, S., Kuhn, R., Mbungu, G., & Nierling, L. (2015). Public engagement in R&I. In E. Andersson, S. Bussu, & H. Davies (Eds.), Science, Society and Engagement: An E-Anthology (pp. 38-40). London: The Involve Foundation.
  13. Bussu, S., Chonkova, B., Asenova, D., & Mulder, H. (2015). Why, when, how to engage: case studies. In E. Andersson, S. Bussu, & H. Davis (Eds.), Science, Society and Engagement: An E-Anthology (pp. 51-72). London: The Involve Foundation.
  14. Laugs, G., & van der Windt, H. (2015). Social Dimensions Affecting Attitudes of Local Renewable Energy Initiatives Towards Biogas. Poster session presented at European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE), Vienna, Austria.
  15. Laugs, G., & van der Windt, H. (2015). Social Dimensions Affecting Local Energy Initiatives' Attitudes Towards Biogas. Abstract from Association of American Geographers (AAG), Annual Meeting, Chicago (IL), United States.
  16. Andersson, E., Bussu, S., Davis, H., Mulder, H., Kluver, L., Jorgenson, M. L., ... Damianova, Z. (2015). What the Future Holds for Societal Engagement: Future Engagement Report. Copenhagen: Engage2020.
  17. van der Molen, F., & Floor, J. Benut alle kennis die je hebt voor het wad
  18. Swart, J. (2015). Annual report 2014-2015 SOCBIOAfri / ERAfrica. Science & Society Group, University of Groningen.
  19. Zhao, J. H., Xue, D., Ho, P., & Swart, J. (2015). Biotech Politics in an Emerging Economy: is China a Developmental Risk Society. In Rural Livelihoods in China. Political Economy in Transition Taylor & Francis Group.
  20. van der Molen, F., van der Windt, H., Puente Rodriguez, D., Floor, J., Van Enst, W., Seijger, C., ... Runhaar, H. (2015). From frustration to integration: Action strategies for a better fit between knowledge and policy on the Wadden Sea. Utrecht: Deltares.
  21. Swart, J., & Zevenberg, J. (2015). Societal aspects of the fight against desertification. Science & Society Group, University of Groningen.
  22. Mulder, H., & Straver, G. (2015). Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships: Science Shops in the Netherlands. In B. Hall, R. Tandon, & C. Tremblay (Eds.), Strengthening Community University Research Partnerships: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES (pp. 181-196). (UNESCO Chair in Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education). victoria: university of victoria.
  23. Beumer, K. (2015). The co-production of nanotechnology and development in India, South Africa, and Kenya. In B. D.M., D. A., F. C., G. J., K. K., V. L. H., & W. S. (Eds.), Practices of Innovation and Responsibility: Insights from Methods, Governance and Action (pp. 85-98). Berlin: IOS Press.
  24. 2014
  25. Weesie, P. (2014). The environmental context. In L. Heyse, A. Zwitter, R. Wittek, & J. Herman (Eds.), Humanitarian Crises, Intervention and Security: A framework for evidence- based programming (pp. 115-131). Routledge.
  26. Kuhn, R., Mbungu, G., Anderson, E., Chonkova, B., Damianova, Z., Davis, H., ... Pfersdorf, S. (2014). Report on Current Praxis of Policies and Activities Supporting Societal Engagement in Research and Innovation. Copenhagen: Engage2020.
  27. de Wit, E., Gerkema, M. P., Dolfsma, W. A., & van der Windt, H. J. (2014). A review of University-Industry knowledge transfer practices. Paper presented at University Industry Interaction Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
  28. Mulder, H., & van Rijswoud, E. (2014). Risicocommunicatie. In F. van Dam, L. de Bakker, & A. M. Dijkstra (Eds.), Wetenschapscommunicatie, een kennisbasis (pp. 167-190). Den Haag: Boom Lemma.
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