This report outlines the process for developing information materials for the GoNano citizens workshops taking place in the fall of 2018 on future nanotechnology for Health in the Netherlands, Energy in Spain and Food in the Czech Republic.
The aim of the information material was to:
1) present the citizen participants with short and easy-to-understand information about nanotechnology
2) align the discussion in the meetings with the research and innovation priorities with professional stakeholders
3) introduce visions of future nanotechnology in Health, Energy and Food
4) introduce societal, cultural, legal and ethical questions and uncertainties
5) and finally to illustrate dilemmas of use in relation to everyday life situations in 2030 (please see the future scenario posters)
The report describes the process of developing the information materials, and it contains the print versions of material in English language versions, and the print versions translated into the national language of the pilot countries.
Read more about the report in D3.1- R&I background production for pilot studies