Peer reviewed papers
Smallman M (2014). PUS in turbulent times III – Deficit to dialogue, champions to critics. Public Understanding of Science, September 2014 1-12.
Lock SJ, Smallman M, Lee M, Rydin Y. (2014). “Nuclear energy sounded wonderful 40 years ago”: UK citizen views on CCS. Energy Policy 66:428-435
Enscot (2003) The European Network of Science Communication Teachers. Public Understanding of Science 12: 161-183.
Smallman, M., Lomme, K., Faullimmel, N. (2015) Report on the analysis of opportunities, obstacles and needs of the stakeholder groups in RRI Practices in Europe. RRI Tools Project.
Lincoln, P., Jöborn, A., Smallman M., Thornber, K. and Westberg L. (Alphabetical author list). (2010). An Assessment of the Lessons learned in the communication and dissemination of emerging scientific issues to environmental policymakers. Environment Agency, UK.
Smallman, M (2009). Getting Heard – A Writing Guide for Scientists and Engineers in Government. Government Office of Science, Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/bispartners/goscience/docs/g/09-1625-gse-writing-guide.pdf
Smallman, M (2009). Working with the Media. Sciencewise Expert Resource Centre, Department of Business Innovation and Skills.
Smallman, M., Nieman, A. (2006) SmallTalk, Lessons in discussing nanotechnologies. http://www.smalltalk.org.uk/downloads/small_talk_final_report.pdf
Smallman M. (2015) Expertise and Democracy: The role of values in science and public policy. Society for the Social Studies of Science, Denver, USA.
Smallman M. (2015) What impact has 10 years of public dialogue had on public policy in the UK? London Public Understanding of Science Seminar.
Smallman M. (2014) Public and expert views of new and emerging technologies. Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Salvadore, Brazil.
Smallman M. (2014) Science and uncertainty in policy: the case of Bovine TB. Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Salvadore, Brazil.
Smallman M. Magnusson KS. (2012) The problem with symmetry of learning in public dialogue about nanotechnology. Science in Public Conference. London, UK
Smallman M. (2010) Lessons learned in the communication and dissemination of emerging scientific issues to environmental policymakers. PCST 2010, Delhi, India.
Smallman M. (2008) Smalltalk: Discussions between scientists and the public. OECD Conference on Nanotechnology and the Public, Delft October 2008.
Smallman M. (2008) Communicating environmental science in digital media. Communicate Conference, Bristol. October 2008.
Smallman, M., Wilson R. Influencing policy. (2005) British Science Association Science Communicators Conference 2005
Articles and Blogs
Out of the loop: why lay views of science are heard but not obeyed. Research Fortnight February 2015
Can science be part of the solution if it is part of the problem? Guardian, February 2015
We need a science fit for the challenges of our future. Guardian, 2 August 2013.
Let’s be clear about science education and engagement (with Simon Lock). Guardian 8 July 2013.
Beyond the ringfence. Research Fortnight 28 March 2013.
In Mammon we trust: Could banker bonuses benefit research? Research Fortnight 15 February 2012
The ‘safeguarded’ science budget provides no safety at all. Research Fortnight 16 March 2011