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Miller, B. A., M. S. Beard, M. D. Laubichler, and N. T. Bliss. "Temporal and multi-source fusion for detection of innovation in collaboration networks." In 2015 18th International Conference on Information Fusion (Fusion)., 2015.
Maienschein, Jane, Manfred D. Laubichler, and Andrea Loettgers. "How can history of science matter to scientists?" Isis 99 (2008): 341-349.
Maienschein, Jane, and M D. Laubichler. "The Embryo Project: An Integrated Appraoch to History, Practices and Social Contexts of Embryo Research." Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology 12 (2009): 79-96.
Maienschein, J, M D. Laubichler, and W Aird. "Conclusion." In Endothelial Biomedicine, edited by William Aird, M D. Laubichler and et. Al., 1814-1815. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Maienschein, J, and M D. Laubichler. "The Embryo Project: An integrated approach to history, practices and social contexts of embryo research." Journal for the History of Biology 43 (2010): 1-16.
Maienschein, J, and M D. Laubichler. "Charles Gillispie in the Digital Age." In A Master of Science History: Essays in Honor of Charles Coulston Gillispie, edited by J Buchwald, 37-45. Berlin: Springer, 2012.
MacCord, Kate. "Enamel Knots." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2013).
MacCord, Kate. "Human Evolution Inferred from Tooth Growth and Development." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2013).
MacCord, Kate. "Mesenchyme." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2012).
MacCord, Kate. "Biological Clocks and the Formation of Human Tooth Enamel." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2013).
MacCord, Kate. "Epithelium." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2012).
MacCord, Kate. "The inductive capacity of oral mesenchyme and its role in tooth development (1969-1970), by Edward J. Kollar and Grace R. Baird." Embryo Project Encyclopedia (2013).
Linksvayer, T A., J Fewell, J Gadau, and M D. Laubichler. "Developmental Evolution in Social Insects – Regulatory Networks from Genes to Societies,." Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 318 (2012): 159-169.
Leimar, O, K Hartfelder, M D. Laubichler, and R E. Page. "Development and evolution of caste dimorphism in honey bees — a modeling approach." Ecology and Evolution 2 (2012): 3098-3109.
Lee, Edward D., Bryan C. Daniels, David C. Krakauer, and Jessica C. Flack. "Collective memory in macaque conflict implied by temporal scaling collapse." Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14 (2017).
Lee, Edward D., and Bryan C. Daniels. Convenient Interface to Inverse Ising (ConIII): A Python package for solving maximum entropy models., 2018.
Lee, Edward D., Bryan C. Daniels, Christopher R. Myers, David C. Krakauer, and Jessica C. Flack. "Emergent regularities and scaling in armed conflict data." (2019).
Laubichler, M D., and Jane Maienschein. Form and Function in Developmental Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Laubichler, M D.. "Robert Lepage's Vision." In Jahrbuch 2009/10, 120-122. Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, 2010.
Laubichler, M D., E H. Hagen, and P Hammerstein. "The strategy concept and John Maynard Smith's influence on theoretical biology." Biology & Philosophy 20 (2005): 1041-1050.
Laubichler, M D.. "Review of "The man who invented the chromosome: A lfie of Cyril Darlington"." Journal of the History of medicine and Allied Sciences 60 (2005): 520-522.
Laubichler, Manfred D., and Jane Maienschein. "Ontogeny, Anatomy, and the Problem of Homology: Carl Gegenbaur and the American Tradition of Cell Lineage Studies." In Evolutionary Morphology: From Carl Gegenbaur to the Present, edited by Uwe Hoß feld, Lenart Olsson, Olaf Breidbach and George S. Levit, 132-142. St. Petersburg: Fineday Press, 2004.
Laubichler, M D.. Konrad Lorenz—Biogramm In Kindlers Literatur Lexikon 3. vollständig neu bearbeitete Auflage, Edited by H L. Arnold. Suttgart: Metzler Verlag, 2009.
Laubichler, M D., and K Niklas. "The Morphological Tradition in German Paleontology: Otto Jaeckel, Walter Zimmermann and Otto Schindewolf." In The Paleobiological Revolution, edited by D Sepkoski and Michael Ruse. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009.