The following list includes articles already published at the closing date of the projects, more publications are forthcoming and the list will be updated.





Main author







“Governance addressing societal values”*

Almaas, Vibeke & Kaiser, Matthias

Global food security: ethical and legal challenges (C.M.Romeo Casabona, L.E.San Epifanio, A.E.Cirion)


Wageningen Academic Publishers


ISBN: 978-90-8686.154-5




“The 2010 Eurobarometer on the life sciences”*

George Gaskell, Agnes Allansdottir, Nick Allum, Paula Castro, Yilmaz Esmer, Claude Fischler, Jonathan Jackson, Nicole Kronberger, Jurgen Hampel, Niels Mejlgaard, Alex Quintanilha, Andu Rammer, Gemma Revuelta, Sally Stares, Helge Torgersen & Wolfgang Wager

Nature Biotechnology 29, 113–114 (2011) doi:10.1038/nbt.1771

Published online 07/02/2011

*Europeans and biotechnology in 2010

Winds of change?

George Gaskell, Sally Stares, Agnes Allansdottir

 Available at: http://bookshop.europa.eu/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/EU-Bookshop-Site/en_GB/-/EUR/ViewPublication-Start?PublicationKey=KINA24537

 ISBN: 978-92-79-16878-9

DOI: 10.2777/23393



“The value(s) of sustainability within a pragmatically justified theory of values: considerations in the context of climate change”

Roman Beck, Simon Meisch, Thomas Potthast

Climate change and sustainable development , Wageningen Academic Publishers, p.  49-54





“Towards a value-reflexive governance of water”

Simon Meisch, Roman Beck, Thomas Potthast

Climate change and sustainable development, 413-418


“Security, privacy and freedom and the EU legal and policy framework for biometrics”

Maria Eduarda Goncalves, Maria Ines Gameiro

Computer Law & Security Review, 28



“The role of plurality and context in social values


Tsirogianni, S., & Gaskell, G.

Journal for the theory of social behavior 41(4)



 *  Open access publication


Read more:

 Europeans and biotechnology in 2010: Winds of change  
Last ned fil Gaskell_Windsofchange.pdf
(1 272kb - 2,6 min at 64K ISDN)
 The 2010 Eurobarometre on the life sciences  
Last ned fil Gaskell_Nature.pdf
(138kb - 17 sec at 64K ISDN)
Value Isobars is an EU funded project under the seventh framework program.

The project has been coordinated by the Centre of the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, University of Bergen and lead by Prof. Matthias Kaiser.

Funding period:
June 2009- November 2011

Project number: 230557

EU-funding: 819971.00 Euro