Evan Bolton (NCBI/NLM/NIH), “An exploration of chemical substance knowledge representation”

Julia Bursten (San Francisco State University), “Smaller than a Breadbox: Classification at the Nanoscale”

Melinda Bonnie Fagan (University of Utah), “What kind of a thing is a stem cell? and other questions”

Will Fischer (Nano Precision Medical), “Nomenclature in Nanoscale R&D”

Evan Hepler-Smith (Princeton University), “Pouring new materials into old bottles: Nanomaterials classification in historical perspective”

Vadim Keyser (Sacramento State University),¬†“Phenomena, Artifacts, and Effects in Biological Measurement”

Jill Millstone (University of Pittsburgh), “Colloidal Nanoparticle Alloys”

Ubaka Ogbogu (University of Alberta), “Contemporary Biomedical Research and Legal Kinds: Three Ways”

James Overton (Knocean), “Technical and Social Perspectives on Scientific Classification”

John Rumble (R&R Data Services), “Scientific Discovery in the Information Era: The Role of Data, Databases, and Categorisation”

Alok Srivastava and Elihu Gerson (Tremont Research Institute, San Francisco), “Deliberate Practices for the Generation of Unnatural Kinds in Synthetic Projects in Fields of Protein and Cell Engineering”