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“Cities of Knowledge,” The University of Pennsylvania Urban Research Institute, Philadelphia PA, March 2005

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“Silicon Valley and the Environment,” Stanford Law School Environmental Policy Seminar, May 2004

“The Suburbanization of Science” The Johns Hopkins University Seminar on the History of Technology, Baltimore MD, March 2004

“Uncovering the City in the Suburb,” Shelby Cullum Davis Center for Historical Studies, Princeton University, February 2004

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“„Is Your Plant a Target?‟ Cold War Civil Defense and the Rise of the High-Tech Suburb,” Newberry Library Seminar in Technology, Politics, & Culture, Chicago IL, November 2003

“Industrial Dispersion Policy,” Commercialization of Knowledge Workshop, Stanford University, November 2002

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