- Censky, Annalyn. “Professors building digital embryo-research library." The State Press, October 30, 2006. https://asuwebdevilarchive.asu.edu/issues/2006/10/30/news/698546
- Maienschein, Jane and Manfred Laubichler, "The Embryo Project: An Integrated Approach to History, Practices, and Social Contexts of Embryo Research." Journal of the History of Biology 43 (2010): 1-16.
Yamashita, Grant, and Karen Wellner. “The Embryo Project: Growing a Community.” The Mendel Newsletter New Series 18 (2010): 14–21. http://www.amphilsoc.org/mendel/2010.pdf
Maienschein, Jane, Manfred Laubichler, and Grant Yamashita. “The Embryo Project and the Emergence of a Digital Infrastructure for History and Philosophy of Science.” Annals of History and Philosophy of Science 12 (2009 published; 2007 issue): 79-96
Theses and Dissertations
- Wellner, Karen L. “From Fertilization to Birth: Representing Development in High School Biology Textbooks.” MS thesis, Arizona State University, 2010.
Raup, Christina. “Beyond Stem Cells and Abortion: How the Embryo Project Can Improve Scientific Literacy in America.” Undergraduate honors thesis, 2010.
Zhu, Tian. “Implications of Genetic Screening of Diseases and Gender in Society.” Undergraduate honors thesis, Arizona State University, 2010.
Lawrence, Cera. “Telling a Different Story: The History of Science as a Web of Relationships in the Embryo Project.” Undergraduate thesis, 2009.
Sunderland, Mary Evelyn. “Studying Development: The Value of Diversity, Theory, and Synthesis.” PhD diss., Arizona State University, 2008.