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.
This report describes the design and outcomes of the citizen workshops organised in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Spain.
Research and innovation can benefit from being open to the public. Early and continuous engagement is key to sustainable, desirable and acceptable innovations, in which R&I is aligned with the values, needs and expectations of society. One area in particular is nanotechnology research and innovation. Nanotechnology encompasses a wide range of technological developments in areas … Continued
This report is about the development of background material for the stakeholder workshops in the pilot countries Spain, Czech Republic and the Netherlands.
This working paperpresents the design and outcomes of the first round of stakeholder workshops organised in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Spain.
CLOSED We are looking for your contributions! If you are interested in nanotechnology and aspects of research and innovation, please help us to ensure the accuracy and relevance of our White Papers regarding current pressing questions in the nanotechnology field! Why a public consultation? The GoNano project is dedicated to fostering and implementing co-creation processes … Continued
During summer 2019, nearly 900 participants from five European countries answered GoNano online questionnaire, which aimed to find out more about people´s understanding of nanotechnology and its application areas in Food, Energy and Health.
In November, the second stakeholder workshop on health was organized in the Netherlands. Sixteen stakeholders from research, policy, business, CSOs, and citizens, deliberated on how important public values, such as well-being, responsible use of health data, and industry-research relations, can be taken into account in the development of nanotechnologies for health. The workshop was part … Continued
‘Czech is nano’ is a project in the Czech Republic to popularizes the advanced work of Czech scientists and researchers, and demonstrates this with a vast selection of inventions and everyday applications of nanotechnology. Every year the Czech government organizes the Nano Days in the most important cities of the Czech Republic Technology Centre CAS … Continued