East Asian Science Technology and Society-An International Journal

(The TQCC of East Asian Science Technology and Society-An International Journal is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
TraceTogether: Pandemic Response, Democracy, and Technology48
Viral Sovereignty or Sequence Etiquette? Asian Science, Open Data, and Knowledge Control in Global Virus Surveillance8
Science and Technology for Humanity: An STS View from Singapore7
Contact Tracing and COVID-19: The South Korean Context for Public Health Enforcement7
Consumer Movements Confronted by Naturalness in Gene Editing in Japan6
The Politics of Science and Undone Protection in the “Samsung Leukemia” Case6
ELSI is Our Next Battlefield6
“All We Want, Is to Get Rid of the Straw”: How Biofuel Policies Need to Be Multiple6
GenomeAsia100K: Singapore Builds National Science with Asian DNA5
Taming the Noise: Soundscape and Livability in a Technocratic City-State5
From SARS to COVID-19: Rethinking Global Health Lessons from Taiwan5
Phnom Penh Kaleidoscope: Construction Boom, Material Itineraries and Changing Scales in Urban Cambodia5
Emergence, Social and Cognitive Trends, and the Next Step? Two Decades of STS in Contemporary Taiwan4
“Mr. Science”, May Fourth, and the Global History of Science4
Who Is Mr. Science and Why Does He Matter?3
Diverged Evolutionary Pathways of Two Public Research Institutes in Taiwan and Korea: Shared Missions and Varied Organizational Dynamics in ITRI and KIST3
Oozing Matters: Infracycles of “Waste Management” and Emergent Naturecultures in Phnom Penh3
Material Itineraries of Electric Tuk- Tuks: The Challenges of Green Urban Development in Laos3
Inducing Visibility and Visual Deduction3
Generational Medicine in Singapore: A National Biobank for a Greying Nation3
The Valuation of Contaminated Life: RCA in Taiwan and the Compensation of Toxic Exposure3
Dynamic Capabilities in a Learning Society—The Case of Taiwan in Controlling the Coronavirus Outbreak3
Infrastructure, Modernity, and the Technologies of Everyday Life: Insights from a Collaborative Research Project on the Making of Modern East Asia2
A Site of Bounded Imaginaries: Local Narratives of Buan after Protests against a Nuclear Waste Repository2
The Global Comrades of Mr. Democracy and Mr. Science: Placing May Fourth in a Transnational History of Science Activism2
Policy Inconsistency between Science and Technology Promotion and Graduate Education Regarding Developing Researchers with Science Communication Skills in Japan2
COVID-19 Exceptionalism: Explaining South Korean Responses2
Practicing Mr. Science: Chinese Scientists and the May Fourth Movement from Zhu Kezhen to Fang Lizhi2
Covers and the Poetics of Communication2
Emerging Potentials: Times and Climes of the Belt and Road Initiative in Cambodia and Beyond2
Material Itineraries: Southeast Asian Urban Transformations2
“Invisible” Pollution? Knowledge Gridlock in Regulatory Science on Electronics Toxics2
Social Systems Matter: Precision Medicine, Public Health, and the Medical Model2
Public Deliberation on South Korean Nuclear Power Plants: How Can Lay Knowledge Resist against Expertise?2
Some Reflections on the History of Masked Societies in East Asia2
Tomiko Yamaguchi 山口富子 and Masato Fukushima 福島真人, eds., Yosoku ga tsukuru shakai: “Kagaku no kotoba” no tsukawarekata 予測がつくる社会: 「科学の言葉」の使われ方 [Simulation, Prediction, and Society: The Politics2
Reformulation and Appropriation of Traditional Knowledge in Industrial Ayurveda: The Trajectory of Jeevani2
Vernacular Technical Practices Beyond the Imitative/Innovative Boundary: Apple II Cloning in Early-1980s South Korea1
The Politics and Sub-Politics of Mad Cow Disease in South Korea1
Virulent Zones: Animal Disease and Global Health at China’s Pandemic Epicenter1
Circulation and Governance of Asian Medicine1
Editor’s Note1
Knowledge Production in Mao-era China: Learning from the Masses1
Yancong zhi dao: Women yu shihua gongcun de liangwan ge rizi 煙囪之島:我們與石化共存的兩萬個日子 [A Smoking Island: Petrochemical Industry, Our Dangerous Companion for more than Fifty Years]1
Representation and Idealization: Diagrammatic Models in the Early Studies of the Spatial Structure of Periodic Markets in Rural China1
Mao’s Bestiary: Medicinal Animals and Modern China1
Lili Lai, Hygiene, Sociality, and Culture in Contemporary Rural China: The Uncanny New Village1
Plague Masks in Japan: Reflecting on the 1899 German Debates and the Suffering of Patients/Doctors in Osaka1
Branding East Asia with STS: A Farewell Note from the Editor in Chief1
Instrumental Lives: An Intimate Biography of an Indian Laboratory1
COVID-19 Making “Idols”: The Birth of Celebrity Scientists in China1
Asian Scientists on the Move: Changing Science in a Changing Asia1
Itineraries to a “Happy, Ordinary Place” for Future STS1
Weaving the Net: Making a Smart City Through Data Workers in Shenzhen1
Kingdom of the Sick: A History of Leprosy and Japan1
Editor’s Note: Prospects for STS and the COVID-19 Pandemic1
Field Report: Taiwan’s RCA Litigation and Its Multiple Outreaches: The Experience of an STS Community, 2011–20231
Visualizing Ignorance1
Vernacular Industrialism in China: Local Innovation and Translated Technologies in the Making of a Cosmetics Empire, 1900–19401
Carbon Technocracy: Energy Regimes in Modern East Asia1
Editor’s Note1
Late Industrialism, Advocacy, and Law: Relays Toward Just Transition1
Defending Lives among Concrete Walls: An Interview with Flâneur Artist, Tom Rook1
Humans and Devices in Medical Contexts: Case Studies from Japan1
Duke as Spine1
The Development of AI Ethics in Japan: Ethics-washing Society 5.0?1
GMO China: How Global Debates Transformed China’s Agricultural Biotechnology Policies1
Chuearok, Rangkai lae Rat Vetchakam: Prawatsat Kanphaet Samaimai nai Sangkhom Thai [Pathogen, the Body and Medical State: History of Modern Medicine in Thai Society]1
Invulnerable Facts: Infant Mortality and Development in Nationalist Gansu1
The Dawn of Science as Cultural Authority in China:Tianyanlun(On Heavenly Evolution) in the Post-1895 Debate over the Engagement with Western Civilization1
Qi Han 韩琦, Tongtian zhi xue: Yesu huishi he tianwenxue zai zhongguo de chuanbo 通天之学:耶稣会士和天文学在中国的传播 [The Study of Communicating with Heaven: Jesuits and the Dissemination of Astronomy in Chin1
Making Fast-Track Surgery Transportable: Sino-Danish Travel Work1
Would Mr. Science Eat the Chinese Diet?1
Susan Greenhalgh and Li Zhang, eds., Can Science and Technology Save China?1
Correcting Life through the Marketplace? Genome Editing and the Commercialization of Academic Research in South Korea1
Yan Liu, Healing with Poisons: Potent Medicines in Medieval China1
The Cybernetic Writing Pad: Information Technology and the Retheorization of the Chinese Script, 1977-19861
Toxic Remedies: On the Cultivation of Medicinal Plants and Urban Ecologies1
Weeds are Herbs: Botanic Arts of Foraging, Classifying, and Cooking1
Networking Universities and Hospitals: A Case Study of Research and Commercialization in the Taiwanese Herbal Medicine Sector1
Editor’s Note1
Database as an Experiment: Parataxonomy of Medicinal Plants as Intellectual Property in India1
The Hybrid Metro: The Brown Line of the Taipei Metro and Technological Hybridity1
Managing ‘Wicked’ Technoscientific Problems: The Postnormal Science of Risk Narratives1
Animals through Chinese History: Earliest Times to 19111
Commentary on Four Tapuya Papers on Environmentalism in Latin America:The EASTS Perspective1
Editor’s Note1
Situational Analysis as an Interdisciplinary Research Method1
Daiwie Fu 傅大為, STS de yuan qi yu duo zhong jian gou - heng kan jin dai ke xue de yi zhong bian zhi yu da zao STS的緣起與多重建構—橫看近代科學的一種編織與打造 [A Genealogical History of STS and Its Multiple Constr1
Data and Databases: Emerging Objects of Research1
A Tradition of Invention: The Paradox of Glorifying Past Technological Breakthroughs1
True Grid: Three Case Studies of Moral Accounting1
Thinking with Diagrams: The Chaîne Opératoire and the Transmission of Technical Knowledge in Chinese Agricultural Texts1
Seeds of Control: Japan’s Empire of Forestry in Colonial Korea1
Dialogue across Borders: Angela Su’s Chimeric Antibodies1
Sinology with Engineering Characteristics: Commentary on Jue Hou’s “The Cybernetic Writing Pad”1
Joseph Needham in Korea, and Korea’s Position in the History of East Asian Science1
Welcome to Our Newly Renovated Open Kitchen!1
Rural–Urban Migration and Agro-Technical Change in Post-Reform China1
What a Map and a Portrait Have in Common1
Postscript: Material Itineraries in Southeast Asian Urban Transformations1
News and Events1
Efficacy vs. Ideology: The Use of Food Therapies in Preventing and Treating Beriberi in the Japanese Army in the Meiji Era1
Situating Science in the Century since the May Fourth Movement1
Practices on Aarogya Setu: Mapping Citizen Interaction with the Contact-Tracing App in the Time of COVID-191
Chasing Innovation: Making Entrepreneurial Citizens in Modern India1