Nicolas Rasmussen
Nicolas Rasmussen
Professor, School of Humanities, University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
On speed: The many lives of amphetamine
N Rasmussen
NYU Press, 2008
2922008
Picture control: The electron microscope and the transformation of biology in America, 1940-1960
N Rasmussen
stanford university Press, 1999
2331999
America’s first amphetamine epidemic 1929–1971: a quantitative and qualitative retrospective with implications for the present
N Rasmussen
American Journal of Public Health 98 (6), 974-985, 2008
1422008
Making the first anti-depressant: amphetamine in American medicine, 1929–1950
N Rasmussen
Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences 61 (3), 288-323, 2006
902006
Facts, artifacts, and mesosomes: Practicing epistemology with the electron microscope
N Rasmussen
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 24 (2), 227-265, 1993
891993
The moral economy of the drug company–medical scientist collaboration in interwar America
N Rasmussen
Social Studies of Science 34 (2), 161-185, 2004
842004
The mid-century biophysics bubble: Hiroshima and the biological revolution in America, revisited
N Rasmussen
History of science 35 (3), 245-293, 1997
671997
Association of trial registration with the results and conclusions of published trials of new oncology drugs
N Rasmussen, K Lee, L Bero
Trials 10 (1), 116, 2009
622009
A new model of developmental constraints as applied to the Drosophila system
N Rasmussen
Journal of Theoretical Biology 127 (3), 271-299, 1987
601987
Gene Jockeys: Life Science and the Rise of Biotech Enterprise
N Rasmussen
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014
59*2014
The drug industry and clinical research in interwar America: three types of physician collaborator
N Rasmussen
Bulletin of the History of Medicine 79 (1), 50-80, 2005
492005
OfSmall Men', Big Science and Bigger Business: The Second World War and Biomedical Research in the United States
N Rasmussen
Minerva 40 (2), 115-146, 2002
442002
Medical science and the military: the Allies' use of amphetamine during World War II
N Rasmussen
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 42 (2), 205-233, 2011
402011
THE DECLINE OF RECAPITULATIONISM IN EARLY 20TH-CENTURY BIOLOGY - DISCIPLINARY CONFLICT AND CONSENSUS ON THE BATTLEGROUND OF THEORY
N Rasmussen
Journal of the History of Biology 24 (1), 51-89, 1991
401991
Steroids in arms: Science, government, industry, and the hormones of the adrenal cortex in the United States, 1930–1950
N Rasmussen
Medical History 46 (3), 299-324, 2002
362002
Mitochondrial structure and the practice of cell biology in the 1950s
N Rasmussen
Journal of the History of Biology 28 (3), 381-429, 1995
341995
Plant hormones in war and peace: science, industry, and government in the development of herbicides in 1940s America
N Rasmussen
Isis 92 (2), 291-316, 2001
322001
Evolving scientific epistemologies and the artifacts of empirical philosophy of science: A reply concerning mesosomes
N Rasmussen
Biology and Philosophy 16 (5), 627-652, 2001
252001
Weight stigma, addiction, science, and the medication of fatness in mid‐twentieth century America
N Rasmussen
Sociology of health & illness 34 (6), 880-895, 2012
232012
Making a machine instrumental: RCA and the wartime origins of biological electron microscopy in America, 1940–1945
N Rasmussen
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 27 (3), 311-349, 1996
231996
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