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1. Books

 

 
 

Penders, B., Vermeulen, N. & Parker, J.N. (eds.) (2015). Collaboration Across Health Research and Medical Care. Healthy Collaboration. Aldershot (UK): Ashgate. [ISBN: 978-1-4094-6094-7]



 
 

Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (eds.) (2012). Ingrediënten van geloofwaardigheid. Goed eten onder de loep. [Ingredients for Credibility: Examining Proper Nutrition]. Amsterdam (NL): BoomLemma. [ISBN: 978-9-0593-1896-0]

 

 
 

Horstman, K., Dow, E. & Penders, B. (eds.) (2011). Governance of Health Care Innovation. Excursions into Politics, Science and Citizenship. Raleigh, NC: Lulu (Academic) [ISBN: 978-1-4466-8714-7]

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2010). The Diversification of Health. Politics of large-scale cooperation in nutrition science. Bielefeld (D): Transcript Verlag. [ISBN: 978-3-8376-1480-0]

 

 
 

Parker, J.N., Vermeulen, N & Penders, B. (eds.) (2010). Collaboration in the New Life Sciences. Aldershot (UK): Ashgate. [ISBN: 978-0-7546-9717-6]

 

 
 

2. Book Chapters

 

 
 

Hackett, E.J., Parker, J.N, Vermeulen, N. & Penders, B. (2017). The social and epistemic organization of scientific work. In: Felt, U. et al. (eds.). The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, 4th Ed. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 733-764.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Parker, J.N. & Vermeulen, N. (2015). When scientists, scholars, clinicians, physicians and patients meet. In: Collaboration Across Health Research and Medical Care. Healthy Collaboration. Aldershot (UK): Ashgate, pp. 3-12. [ISBN: 978-1-4094-6094-7]

 

 
 

Lecluijze, I. Penders, B., Feron, F. & Horstman, K. (2015). Scripted Collaboration. Digitization in Child Welfare. In: Collaboration Across Health Research and Medical Care. Healthy Collaboration. Aldershot (UK): Ashgate, pp. 123-145. [ISBN: 978-1-4094-6094-7]

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Korthals, MJJAA (2013) Harvesting Normative Potential for Nutrigenomic Research. In: Ferguson, L. (ed.). (2013). Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics in functional foods and personalised nutrition. Boca Raton, London & New York: CRC Press, pp. 361-374. [ISBN 978-14-398-7680-0]

 

 
 

Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron, F. & Horstman, K. (2013). Innovation and justification in public health. The introduction of the ‘Child Index’ in the Netherlands. In: Strech, D., Hirschberg, I. & Marckmann, G. (eds.) (2013). Ethics in Public Health and Health Policy. Concepts, Methods, Case Studies. Dordrecht: Springer. [ISBN 978-94-007-6373-9]

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (2012). Geloofwaardig eten, van lab tot bord. In: Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (eds.). (2012). Ingrediënten van geloofwaardigheid. Goed eten onder de loep. Amsterdam (NL): BoomLemma. [ISBN: 978-9-0593-1896-0]

 

 
 

Flipse, S. & Penders, B. (2012). Geloofwaardigheid op de markt. In: Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (red.). (2012). Ingrediënten van geloofwaardigheid. Goed eten onder de loep. Amsterdam (NL): BoomLemma. [ISBN: 978-9-0593-1896-0]

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (2012). Strategiën en ambities voor geloofwaardigheid. In: Penders, B. & Van Dam, F. (eds.). (2012). Ingrediënten van geloofwaardigheid. Goed eten onder de loep. Amsterdam (NL): BoomLemma. [ISBN: 978-9-0593-1896-0]

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman K. & Vos, R. (2012). Challenges in Feasible Problem Construction in Nutritional Genomics. An Empirical Study. In: Benkeblia, N. (ed.) (2011). Omics Technologies: Tools for Food Science. Boca Raton, London & New York: CRC Press, pp. 119-140. [ISBN: 978-1-4398-3706-1]

 

 
 

Horstman, K. & Penders, B. (2011). Narrative student excursions. In: Horstman, K., Dow, E. & Penders, B. (eds). (2011). Governance of Health Care Innovation. Excursions into Politics, Science and Citizenship. Raleigh, NC: Lulu (Academic), pp. xiii-xvii. [ISBN: 978-1-4466-8714-7].

 

 
 

Vermeulen, N. & Penders, B. (2010). Collecting collaborations: Understanding life together. In: Parker, J.N., Vermeulen, N & Penders, B. (eds.) (2010). Collaboration in the New Life Sciences. Aldershot (UK): Ashgate, pp. 3-14. [ISBN: 978-0-7546-9717-6]

 

 
 

3. Journal Articles

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). Beyond trust: plagiarism and truth. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry (accepted).

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). All for one or one for all? Authorship and the cross sectoral valuation of credit in nutrition science. Accountability in Research 24 (8): 433-450.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). Marching for the myth of science. A self-destructive celebration of scientific exceptionalism. EMBO Reports 18 (9): 1486-1489.

 

 
 

Leenen, M. & Penders, B. (2016). Dissident dietary credibility: the power of discontent. Science Communication 38 (5): 551-573.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Spruit, S.L., Sikkema, J., Maat, J. & Schuurbiers, D. (2015). Divergence and Convergence in Nutrition Science. Trends in Food Science and Technology 45 (2): 245-250.

 

 
 

Lecluijze, I. Penders, B., Feron, F. & Horstman, K. (2015). Co-production of ICT and children at risk: The introduction of the Child Index in Dutch child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review 56: 161-168.

 

 
 

Lecluijze, I. Penders, B., Feron, F. & Horstman, K. (2014). Infrastructural Work in Child Welfare: incommensurable politics in the Dutch Child Index. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 26 (2): Article 3.
Winner of the 2015 Diana Forsythe Award, granted by the American Medical Informatics Association

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Flipse, S. (2014). Infrastructures of Credibility. Limn 4: 6. Online at Limn.it

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2014). Mythbusters: Credibilising strategies in popular nutrition books by academics. Public Understanding of Science 23 (8): 903-910.

 

 
 

Vermeulen, N., Parker, J.N. & Penders, B. (2013). Understanding Life Together: A Brief History of Collaboration. Endeavour 37 (3): 162-171.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2011). Cool and Safe: Multiplicity in Safe Innovation at Unilever. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 31 (6): 472-481.

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Nelis, A.P. (2011). Credibility Engineering in the Food Industry. Linking science, regulation and marketing in a corporate context. Science in Context 29(4): 587-515.

 

 
 

Zwart, H.A.E, & Penders, B. (2011). Genomics and the Ark. An ecocentric perspective on human history. Perspectives on Biology & Medicine 54 (2): 217-231.

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Goven, J. (2010). Nutrigenomics and the stewardship of scientific promises. Biotechnology Journal 5 (9): 909-912.

 

 
 

Vermeulen, N., Parker, J.N. & Penders, B. (2010). Big, small or mezzo? Lessons from science studies for the ongoing debate about ‘big’ versus ‘little’ research projects. EMBO Reports 11 (6): 420-423.

 

 
 

De Vrieze, J., Bouwman, L., Komduur, R., Pin, R., Ronteltap, A., Vandeberg, R. Van Dam, F. & Penders, B. (2009). Nutrition tailored to the individual. Not just yet. Realigning nutrigenomic science with contemporary society. Journal of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics 2(4/5): 184-188.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman, K. & Vos, R. (2009). Large-scale research and the goal of health: An analysis of doable problem construction in ‘new’ nutrition science. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 34 (4): 332-349.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Vos, R. & Horstman, K. (2009). Side effects of problem solving strategies in large scale nutrition science: towards a diversification of health. British Journal of Nutrition 102 (10): 1400-1403.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Verbakel, J.M.A. & Nelis, A.P. (2009). The social study of corporate science: a research manifesto. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 29 (6): 439-446.

 

 
 

Penders, B. Vos, R. & Horstman, K. (2009). A question of style: method, integrity and the meaning of proper science. Endeavour 33 (3): 93-98.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Vos, R. Horstman, K. (2009). Sensitisation. Reciprocity and reflection in scientific practice. EMBO Reports 10 (3): 205-208.

 

 
 

Horstman, K., Aarden, E., Geelen, E., Van Hoyweghen, I., Penders, B. & Vos, R. (2008). Genetics and practices of food, families, insurance and health care: From impact towards co-construction. Tailoring Biotechnologies 4 (1/2): 23-40.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman, K. & Vos, R. (2008). Walking the line between lab and computation: the 'moist' zone. BioScience 58 (8): 747-755.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman, K. & Vos, R. (2008). A ferry between cultures. Crafting a profession at the intersection of science and society. EMBO Reports 9 (8): 709-713.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2007). Aligning Nutrigenomics and ELSA. Towards a politics of classification. Graduate Journal of Social Science 4 (1): 34-49.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman, K., Saris, W.H.M. & Vos, R. (2007). From individuals to groups: a review of the meaning of 'personalized' in nutrigenomics. Trends in Food Science and Technology 18 (6): 333-338.

 

 
 

4. Commentaries & Editorials

 

 
 
 

Penders, B., Wolters, A., Feskens, E.F., Brouns, F., Huber, M., Maeckelberghe, E.L.M., Navis, G., Ockhuizen, Th., Plat, J., Sikkema, J., Stasse-Wolthuis, M., van 't Veer, P., Verweij, M. & de Vries, J. (2017). Capable and credible? Challenging nutrition science. European Journal of Nutrition 56(6): 2009-2012.

 

 
 

Bartlett, A., Penders, B. & Lewis, J. (2017) Bioinformatics: indispensable, yet hidden in plain sight. BMC Bioinformatics 18: a311.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). Vaccines, science & trust. Nature Microbiology 2: 17076.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). The value of vagueness in the politics of authorship. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 14(1): 13-15.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). Censorship: beware scientists wielding red pens. Nature 541: 289.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2016). Respecting the plurality of value and the messiness of scientific practice. Accountability in Research 23 (2): 136-138.

 

 
 

Frohlich, X., Jauho, M., Penders, B. & Schleifer, D. (2014). Preface to Food Infrastructures. Limn 4: 1. Online at Limn.it

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2014). Public credibility determines vaccination decisions. Science 344 (6185): 693.

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Goven, J. (2013). A service, rather than a threat, to the credibility of science. EMBO Reports 14 (2): 112.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2013). Television chefs aim for taste and appeal, not health. British Medical Journal 346: f240

 

 
 

Aarden, E., Penders, B., Deibel, E & Valkenburg, G. (2012). L'Aguila: governance flaws exposed. Nature 491: 192.

 

 
 

Hendrickx, K. & Penders, B. (2012). Politics: Food safety body is bound to draw fire. Nature 485 (7400): 582.

 

 
 

Parker, J.N., Vermeulen, N. & Penders, B. (2011). Admin burden is part of the job. Nature 476 (7358): 33.

 

 
 

Schleifer, D. & Penders, B. (2011). Food, Drugs and TV. The social study of corporate science. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 31 (6): 431-434.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Vermeulen, N. & Parker, J.N. (2010). To make progress we must remember and learn from the past. Nature 462 (7278): 157.

 

 
 

Radstake, M. & Penders, B. (2007). Inside genomics: the interdisciplinary faces of ELSA. Graduate Journal of Social Science 4 (1): 4-10.

 

 
 

Van Hoyweghen, I. & Penders, B. (2007). Research in the Wild. Nature 450 (7169): 478.

 

 
 

Penders, B., Horstman, K. & Vos, R. (2007). Proper Science in Moist Biology. EMBO Reports 8 (7): 613.

 

 
 

5. Scholarly Blog Posts/Contributions

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2016). STS and Life in the City. Science Magazine, Next Generation Voices Blog. May 19, 2016.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2015). The Social History of Truth. Science Magazine, Next Generation Voices Blog. Jan 2, 2015.

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Lecluijze, I. (2014). Fighting Tragedies in Dutch Child Welfare with ICT. Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, Institutional Corruption Blog. Feb 19, 2014.

 

 
 

Hendrickx, K. & Penders, B. (2013). Credibility of Evidence and Affiliation in the Quest for Proper Science. Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, Institutional Corruption Blog. Dec 12, 2013.

 

 
 

6. Conference Proceedings

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2009). Sociotechnical constraints on reaching public health goals via public or group avenues. European Journal of Public Health 19(S1): 127.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2007). Personalised diet: is it doable? Individuality at different sites of nutrigenomic practice. Genes and Nutrition 2(1): 93-94.

 

 
 

7. Book Review Essays & Book Reviews

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2017). Machiavelli in the lab. [Book review of Tijdink, J.K. Publish and Perish. Research on research and researchers. Free University of Amsterdam, 2016]. Accountability in Research 24 (1): 60-63.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2011). DIY Biology [Book review of "Wohlsen, M. Biopunk. DIY scientists hack the software of life. Current (Penguin), 2011]. Nature 472: 167.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2010/2011). Book review of "Gibson, G. It Takes a Genome: How a clash between our genes and modern life is making us sick. Financial Times Press Science/Pearson Education, 2010". Genomics, Society & Policy 6(2): 40-42.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2009). Book review of “Vermeulen, N. Supersizing science: On building large-scale research projects in biology”. Maastricht University Press, 2009. Genomics, Society & Policy 5(1): 80-84.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2009). Het persoonlijke dieet: van nutriënt tot consument [The personalized diet: from nutrient to consumer] [Book review of "Kok, F., Bouwman, L., & Desiere, F. (eds.) Personalized Nutrition. Principles and Applications. CRC Press, 2007"]. Lev 1: 29.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2009). Op zoek naar de taal van God en het grote geld. Hoe een diepgelovig christen en een handige ondernemer tegelijkertijd het DNA van de mens in kaart brachten [Searching for the language of God and big profits. How a devout Christian and an innovative entrepreneur simultaneously mapped the human DNA]. Academische Boekengids 73: 19-23.

 

 
 

Penders, B. & Nelis, A. (2009). Reporting Large-Scale Qualitative Research: The Ergography. [Book review essay of "Webster, A. (Ed.) New Technologies in Health Care. Challenge, Change and Innovation. Farnham: Palgrave, 2006"]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 10(1): Art. 18, 1-15.

 

 
 

8. Professional Publications

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2016). The many faces of research integrity. Newsletter of the European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics (EACME) 44: 9-11.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2016). De vele gezichten van wetenschappelijke integriteit. Podium voor Bioethiek 3: 4-7.

 

 
  Horstman, K., Lecluijze, I., Penders, B. & Feron, F. (2014). Sturing verhindert leerprocessen. Implementatie van de Verwijsindex Risicojongeren. Jeugdbeleid 8 (2): 9-15.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2009). Groter is niet altijd beter [Bigger isn’t always better]. CaRré: Bulletin of the Netherlands School of Primary Care Research 45: 26-27.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2008). No man is an island: categorising the individual in contemporary nutrition science. FoodInfo Online Features (Feb): 19.

 

 
 

Vermeulen, N. & Penders, B. (2007). Big Science. Encyclopedia of Earth. C. J. Cleveland and K. Vranes. Washington DC, Environmental Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment.

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2006). PFGS spreads across the Channel. Postgraduate Forum of Genetics and Society Newsletter 2(2): 4.

 

 
 

9. Reports

 

 
 

Spruit, S., Schuurbiers, D. & Penders, B. (2012). Embedding Nutrigenomics into Nutrition Science. Addressing Epistemological and Social Challenges. Valorisation Report, Centre for Society and the Life Sciences (CSG), with Top Institute Food and Nutrition and the Pilot Plant. Nijmegen, April 16, 2012, 38p.

 

 
 

Aarden, E., Boon, W., Penders, B. & Vandeberg, R. (2005). Genomics & Society: Chances for True Love? Symposium Report of the Corsage/PFGS Benelux Winter Meeting, Utrecht, NL. Dec. 16, 2005; 63p.

 

 
 

10. Theses

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2008). From seeking health to finding healths. The politics of large-scale cooperation in nutrition science. Maastricht (NL): Universitaire Pers Maastricht [Maastricht University Press]. [ISBN: 978-90-5278-735-0] PhD Thesis

 

 
 

Penders, B. (2003). Characterisation of Methanopyrus sp. Regensburg (D): Regensburg University. Unpublished MSc Thesis

 

 
  Penders, B. (2002). [Fe]Hydrogenases in the hydrogenosomes of anaerobic ciliates and the anaerobic chytrid Pyromyces sp. Nijmegen (NL): University of Nijmegen. Unpublished MSc Thesis