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  • Schulz, Christian. “The Role of Hackers in the Open Innovation Process of the Pharmaceutical Industry”. Master thesis, business-chemistry studies at the University of Münster. (2016 Aug) (pdf)
  • Hansted, A. B. (2016). Kollaboration: på kanten af et nyt paradigme. Roskilde Universitet. ph.d. dissertation. (pdf) “Collaboration – On the edge of a new paradigm”  Documentary movie from thesis. (web)
  • Martiny, K. Pedersen, D, B. Hansted, A. (2016) Open Media Science. Journal of Science Communication. (pdf)
  • Thastum, Bue. “Et interimistisk heterotopia for videnssamfundet”. A qualitative study of the activity around a DIY biology group. Master Thesis in Sociology, University of Copenhagen. (2016) (Download from Bue’s blog)
  • Farbøl, Henrik Islann; Schøsler, Mads. “Accessing a World of Distributed Innovation”: Firm-Makerspace Collaboration. Master thesis Copenhagen Business School. (2015)  (web) (pdf)
  • Davies, Sarah R., Karin Tybjerg, Louise Whiteley, and Thomas Söderqvist. “Co-Curation as Hacking: Biohackers in Copenhagen’s Medical Museion.” Curator: The Museum Journal 58, no. 1 (2015): 117–31. (pdf)
  • Meyer, Morgan, and Agro ParisTech. “Hacking Life? The Politics and Poetics of DIY Biology.” Meta Life. Biotechnologies, Synthetic Biology, Life and the Arts, MIT Press, Leonardo eBook Series, 2014.  (pdf)
  • Seyfried, Günter, Lei Pei, and Markus Schmidt. “European Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Biology: Beyond the Hope, Hype and Horror: Insights & Perspectives.” BioEssays 36, no. 6 (June 2014): 548–51. doi:10.1002/bies.201300149. (pdf)
  • Kera, Denisa. “Innovation Regimes Based on Collaborative and Global Tinkering: Synthetic Biology and Nanotechnology in the Hackerspaces.” Technology in Society 37 (May 2014): 28–37. doi:10.1016/j.techsoc.2013.07.004. (pdf)
  • Alessandro Delfanti, Biohackers. The politics of open science. Pluto Press, 2013 (web)
  • Landrain, Thomas, Morgan Meyer, Ariel Martin Perez, and Remi Sussan. “Do-It-Yourself Biology: Challenges and Promises for an Open Science and Technology Movement.” Systems and Synthetic Biology, August 2, 2013.  doi:10.1007/s11693-013-9116-4. (pdf)
  • Delgado, Ana. “DIYbio: Making Things and Making Futures.” Futures 48 (April 2013): 65–73. doi:10.1016/j.futures.2013.02.004. (pdf)
  • Morgan Meyer 2013, “Domesticating and democratizing science: a geography of do-it-yourself biology”, CSI working paper, Centre de sociologie de l’innovation, Mines-ParisTech, Paris.  Research subject, Interview, DIYbio. (pdf)
  • Meyer, Morgan. “Build Your Own Lab: Do-It-Yourself Biology and the Rise of Citizen Biotech-Economies.” Journal of Peer Production 2, no. online (2012). http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00710829/. (pdf)
  • Kuznetsov, Stacey, Alex S. Taylor, Tim Regan, Nicolas Villar, and Eric Paulos. “At the Seams: DIYbio and Opportunities for HCI.” In Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference, 258–67. ACM, 2012. http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2317997. (pdf)

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