Miah, A. (2017) Nanoethics, Science Communication, and a Fourth Model for Public Engagement, Nanoethics, 11(2), 139-152

Rich, E. & Miah. A. (2016) Mobile, wearable and ingestible health technologies: towards a critical research agenda, Health Sociology Review, 

Miah, A. & Rich, E. (2014) Editoriale, in Corposanto, C. & Lombi, L. e-Methods and Web Society, Salute e Societa (Health and Society), 11-17.

Rich, E. & Miah, A. (2014) Understanding Digital Health as Public Pedagogy: A Critical Framework, Societies4(2), 296-315

Miah, A. (2012) Genetics & Sport: Bioethical Concerns, Recent Patents on DNA and Gene Sequences, 6(3), 197-202.

Miah, A. (2012) How Do You Infuse Culture with the Olympics?Culture @ the Olympics, 14(8), 58-63.

Miah, A. (2012) “This is for Everyone”:The London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony as a Cultural CelebrationCulture @ the Olympics, 14(7), 44-57.

Miah, A. (2012) The London 2012 Social Media OlympicsCulture @ the Olympics, 14(6), 40-43.

Miah, A. (2012) Twenty Twelve vs. The Games: The Art of Olympic SatireCulture @ the Olympics, 14(5), 35-39.

Miah, A. & Garcia, B. (2012) Introduction to 2012 Edition, Culture @ the Olympics, 14(1), 1-2.

Miah, A. (2011) #Media2012: Media Blueprint for London 2012, Culture @ the Olympics, 13(1), 1-6.

Miah, A. (2011) Ambush Media & the OlympicsCulture @ the Olympics, 13(4), 24-26.

Drake P. & Miah, A. (2010) The Cultural Politics of Celebrity, Cultural Politics.

2008-Wackerage, H., Miah, A., Harris, R.C., Montgomery, H.E. and Williams, A.G. (2009) Genetic Research and Testing in Sport and Exercise Science: A review of the issues’, Journal of Sport Sciences, 27(11), 1109-1116

Miah, A. (2009) Human Enhancement in Performative Cultures, Annales de Philosophie, pp.171-192.

Miah, A. (2009) Human Enhancement: A Reply to Mehlman, Issues in Science and Technology, 5(4), 6-8.

Miah, A. (2009) Medicalization, Biomedicalization, or Biotechnologization? Biocultural Capital and a New Social Order, Salute e Società / Health and Society (Italian), special edition ‘The Medicalization of Life’, edited by Maturo A. & Conrad, 8(2), pp.248-251 [dual published in Italian, pp.264-267].

Rich E. & Miah, A. (2009) Prosthetic Surveillance: The medical governance of healthy bodies in cyberspace, Surveillance and Society, 6(2), 163-177.

Miah, A. (2008) Inside the mind of a marathon runner, Nature, 454, 583-4.

Miah, A. (2008) Letter to Utopia: A Reply to Bostrom, Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology, 2(1), 1-6.

Miah, A. (2008) Engineering Greater Resilience or Radical Transhuman Enhancement, Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology, 2(1), 1-18.

Miah, A. (2007) Genetic Selection for Enhanced Health Characteristics, Journal of International Biotechnology Law, 4(6), 239-264.

Miah, A. (2007) Genetics, Bioethics & Sport, Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 1(2), 146-158.

Kayser, B., Mauron, A. & Miah, A. (2007) Current Anti-Doping Policy: A Critical Appraisal, Biomedical Central Medical Ethics, 8(2), doi: 10.1186/1472-6939-8.2.

Miah, A. (2006) Rethinking Enhancement in Sport, in Bainbridge, W.S. and M.C. Roco Progress in Convergence, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol, 1093, pp.301-320.

Miah, A. (with Rich, E.) (2006) The Value of an Open Future: Ability, Talent Identification & Genetic Determinism, Sport, Education & Society, 11(3), 259-273.

Miah, A. (with Keyser, B. & Mauron, A.) (2005) Viewpoint: Legalisation of performance-enhancing drugs. The Lancet, Special Supplement on Sport & Medicine, Dec, 366, S21.

Miah, A. (2005) Genetics, Cyberspace and Bioethics: Why Not a Public Engagement with Ethics? Public Understanding of Science 14(4), 409-421. [Ranking 2004 Social Science Edition: 4/27 (History & Philosophy of Science) 20/40 (Communication) Impact Factor 0.739] [ISSN: 0963-6625].

Miah, A. (2005) From Anti-Doping to a ‘Performance Policy’: Sport Technology, Being Human and Doing Ethics, European Journal of Sport Science, 5(1): 51-57 [ISSN: 1746-1391].

Miah, A. (2005) Doping & the Child: Ethics for the Most Vulnerable Group, The Lancet [Sept 10, vol.366, 874-876.].

Miah, A. (2004) The Public Autopsy: Somewhere Between Art, Education, and Entertainment, Journal of Medical Ethics, 30, Dec, 576-579.

Miah, A. (2003) Be Very Afraid: Cyborg Athletes, Transhuman Ideals & Posthumanity, Journal of Evolution & Technology, 13(2), [Available from: http://www.jetpress.org/volume13/miah.html].

Miah, A. (2003) (e)text: Error…404 Not Found!, or the Disappearance of History, Culture Machine: The E-Issue, 5, [Available from: http://culturemachine.tees.ac.uk/frm_f1.htm].

Miah, A. (2003) Genetic Modification (GM) in Sport: Legal Implications, Contemporary Issues in Law, Vol.6(3), pp.207-226 [ISSN: 1357-0374].

Miah, A. (2003) Dead Bodies for the Masses: The British Public Autopsy & the Aftermath, CTHEORY: International Journal of Theory, Technology & Culture, Event-Scene, E119 [Available Online from: http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=363].

Miah, A. (2002) Is bigger better?: A response to the international tennis federation’s ‘bigger balls’ proposal, International Sports Studies, 24(2), pp.19-32.

Miah, A. (2002) Governance, Harmonisation & Genetics: The World Anti-Doping Agency and its European Connections, European Sports Management Quarterly, 2(4), 350-369.

Miah, A. & Garcia, B. (2002, Spring) The Truth About Olympic Truce: Rights, Responsibilities & the Impossibility of Being ‘Global & Apolitical’, Human Rights Tribune, vol.9, No.1. 30-1.

Miah, A. (2002) Bioethics, Sport & the Genetically Enhanced Athlete, Journal of Medical Ethics & Bioethics, 9(3-4), 2-6, Also available: www.elis.sk/etika/download/2002-no3&4.pdf

Miah, A. (2002) Immersion and Abstraction in Virtual Sport, Research in Philosophy and Technology, Vol.21, 225-233.

Miah, A. (2002) Genes, Sports, and Ethics: A Response to Munthe (2000), Research in Philosophy and Technology, Vol.21, 269-289.

Miah, A. (2001) Genetic Technologies and Sport: The New Ethical Issue, Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, XXVIII, 32-52 [ISSN: 0094-8705].

Miah, A. (2001) Genetics, Law and Athletes’ Rights, Sports Law Bulletin, Vol 4(5), pp.10-12. Also available online at:http://www.sportslawbulletin.com/Current/Analysis/Analysis.htm

Miah, A. (2000) The Engineered Athlete: Human Rights in the Genetic Revolution, Culture, Sport, Society, Vol.3, No.3, 25-40 [ISSN: 1461-0981].

Miah, A. (2000) Virtually Nothing: Re-evaluating the Significance of Cyberspace, Leisure Studies, 19:3, 211-225 [ISSN: 0261-4367].