1. Asian Biopoleis: Practice, Place, and Life
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  1. Between the Laboratory and the Policy Process: Research, Scientific Community, and Administration in Japan’s Chemical Biology
  2. Masato Fukushima
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  1. How to Argue with a Computer: HIV/AIDS, Numbers, and the Form of the Future in Contemporary Vietnam
  2. Alfred J. Montoya
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  1. A Milieu of Mutations: The Pluripotency and Fungibility of Life in Asia
  2. Aihwa Ong
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  1. A Tool for Equality and Justice: Thailand’s BIOTEC and Its Culture
  2. Soraj Hongladarom
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  1. Before Biopolis: Representations of the Biotechnology Discourse in Singapore
  2. Axel Gelfert
  3. pp. 103-123
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  1. Competitive Adaptation: Biobanking and Bioethical Governance in China Medical City
  2. Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner
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  2. Ryuma Shineha, Masaki Nakamura
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  2. Yan Liu
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  1. A Passion for Facts: Social Surveys and the Construction of the Chinese Nation-State, 1900–1949 by Tong Lam (review)
  2. Yu-ling Huang
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  1. Other-Worldly: Making Chinese Medicine through Transnational Frames by Mei Zhan (review)
  2. Ruth Rogaski
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