This report provides an assessment of the co-creation process established by the European project GoNano.
This report compiles the results and output gathered for each of the subtasks of GoNano Task 6.2: Information and guides for publics and other stakeholders to have a voice in nanotechnology research and innovation.
This report examines existing opportunities for citizens and professional stakeholders to engage with nanotechnologies
GoNano Webinars: How can co-creation be used to enhance research and innovation? Co-creation is an approach widely used in business and public planning. UNILEVER, IKEA, Heineken, Lego and Coca Cola all that use co-creation to develop their products and customer experiences. In research and innovation, co-creation can be used to ‘future-proof’ research and innovation concepts, … Continued
The EU-funded GoNano project enables co-creation between citizens, researchers, industry, civil society organisations and policy makers across Europe to align future nanotechnologies with societal needs and concerns.
Blog post by Clare Shelley-Egan, Senior Researcher at the Work Research Institute, Oslo Metropolitan University
This report presents product suggestions for future nanotechnologies resulting from a series of co-creation activities in the GoNano project.
Communication about science is more than ‘giving the facts’. In times of global challenges, rapid technological developments and information overload, or even more urgently the coronavirus, effective science communication interventions need to be carefully thought through and designed.
Blog post by Vanessa Moore, Senior Researcher at European Institute of Women’s Health
The book Consumers and Nanotechnology. Deliberative Processes and Methodologies, edited by our GoNano partner Pål Strandbakken, Gerd Scholl and Eivind Stø, was published by the Singapore based publisher Pan Stanford Publishing in 2013. In 2020, the publisher wants Strandbakken to produce a new edition of the book, supplementing the old one with novel chapters on … Continued