A new article based on ‘RRI-Practice’ project, published in Journal of Responsible Innovation. Authors: Vincenzo Politi and Alexei Grinbaum. Abstract: To believe that every single scientist ought to be individually engaged in ethical thinking in order for science to be responsible at a collective level may be too demanding, if not plainly unrealistic. In fact,… Continue reading The distribution of ethical labor in the scientific community
The latest edition of the PRj contains a special feature on responsible research and innovation (RRI). A selection of some of the leading projects in this field such as RRI Practice, Nucleus and FIT4RRI demonstrate initiatives, tools and research into why RRI is not only important to the scientific community, but to society as well.… Continue reading New edition of Project Repository Journal – a special feature on RRI
A series of public events will accompany the launch of a new book: International Handbook on Responsible Innovation. A global Resource. The Handbook constitutes a global resource for the fast growing interdisciplinary research and policy communities addressing the challenge of driving innovation towards socially desirable outcomes. It brings together well-known authors from the US, Europe… Continue reading Public discussions and a new book – International Handbook on Responsible Innovation
RRI-Practice is approaching the end of three intensive and highly productive years of work. Its second and final newsletter presents a quick overview of the main outcomes of the project: an RRI Handbook to help organisations to foster RRI in practice; policy recommendations to support European policy makers to strengthen RRI; RRI-Practice Policy Workshop; the… Continue reading Second newsletter is out!
Moderator: Jack van der Vorst (general director Social Sciences Group) Presenter: Phil Macnaghten (RRI Practice WUR WP leader) Commenters: Wouter Hendriks (Dean of Research), Simone van der Burg (senior researcher Wageningen Economic Research) After Phil Macnaghten presented the report “Achieving responsibility at Wageningen University & Research,” Wouter Hendriks provided comments. He noted that some issues… Continue reading Achieving responsibility at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) – report launch on 9 July 2019
The joint conference by the two EU-funded projects NUCLEUS and RRI-Practice took place in Brussels on June 20-21, 2019. Thursday, 20 June – Practical Pathways The event started with an introductory session, during which the coordinators of both projects, Prof. Alexander Gerber from Rhine-Waal University (NUCLEUS) and Dr. Ellen-Marie Forsberg, Østfoldforskning (RRI-Practice) briefly presented the… Continue reading Pathways to Transformation conference took place in Brussels on June 20-21, 2019
With just a few days remaining until the joint RRI-Practice and NUCLEUS conference “Pathways to Transformation” in Brussels, three important publications were added to the RRI-Practice website: a comparison report about our findings on RRI keys and dimensions (Implementing RRI: Comparison across case studies), policy recommendations for the European Commission and national policy makers to… Continue reading Three new publications!
The final programme of the forthcoming RRI conference – Pathways to Transformation, organised on 20 & 21 June in Brussels by the two EU-funded projects NUCLEUS and RRI-Practice: For more information about the conference, visit http://pathways2019.eu/ t
Fill out the form on http://pathways2019.eu/ to register for Pathways to Transformation – an RRI conference organised by the two EU-funded projects NUCLEUS and RRI-Practice. The attendance at the conference is free of charge. In the drive for more sustainable futures, research and innovation actors are increasingly called upon to anticipate and respond to expectations… Continue reading Register for Pathways to Transformation 2019 – 20 & 21 June, Brussels
Professor Peta Ashworth from The University of Queensland is attending the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity in Hong Kong. Peta will deliver a lecture on Research Integrity in the context of Australia as part of the Symposium “Fostering RI and social relevance of research findings: A global perspective through intercultural dialogue”. The main objective… Continue reading Peta Ashworth at the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity in Hong Kong