As a women’s health NGO, the EIWH do not have the more ‘typical’ nanotech dissemination channels to spread the GoNano project to. However, the innovative methodology and the continuous emphasis on gender that runs throughout the project has made it a most interesting project for our general audience for dissemination. EIWH have spoken about the … Continued
GoNano deals with questions how to improve the responsiveness of research and innovation to public values and concerns. In November, Anne Dijkstra, researcher at the University of Twente, was invited to present findings from GoNano at the Beijing Forum 2019 in China. She reflected on responsiveness and discussed how GoNano tries to establish a responsible … Continued
GoNano is excited to announce that on December 9th Dr. Anne Dijkstra -assistant professor in Science Communication in Twente, the Netherlands- will discuss preliminary findings from the GoNano project during a seminar on participatory methods organized by Lyon University. The seminar is named ‘Good practices and challenges from participatory research about governance of nanotechnology’ and is … Continued
GoNano and Harvestore are teaming up to organise a half-day workshop: co-create autonomous wireless sensor nodes for the future Internet of Things. The workshop is at IREC Barcelona on Oct 30th,with the aim to co-create autonomous wireless sensor nodes for the future Internet of Things.
Please be invited to the GoNano Winter School: Creating Social Value with Nanotechnology.
During the stakeholder workshops and citizen consultation in the Netherlands, the artist Cara Louwman was invited to show her photo exhibition ‘Wonder Room: Homo Artificialis’. Cara wants to open our eyes to now and future possibilities with novel technologies that embeds itself in us.
On November 7th, a second stakeholder workshop will be organized where representatives from research institutes, industry and start-ups, policymaking, CSOs, and citizens are invited to discuss future applications of nanotechnology in health. The workshop is part of the co-creation process of GoNano, and a follow-up of the citizen consultation, first stakeholder meetings, and a … Continued
Our project coordinator, Lise Bitsch, was asked to write an article for the Nanopinion section on the EUON (European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials) website. In this blog, she raises questions about why should we be interested in and strengthen societal engagement in research and innovation processes? and what do responsible research and innovation even mean … Continued
In recent years it is largely discussed that developments in science and technology do not take place independently from the society. As a response a wide range of projects has been initiated to assess nanotechnology, measuring the effects of nanoparticles on human and environmental health and exploring possible future scenarios with citizens and stakeholders. Especially … Continued
During summer 2019 we asked EU citizens about the proposals of research aims and products that were suggested earlier by nano experts in cooperation with the public. More than 500 citizens from the whole EU brought feedback to proposals in the areas of food, health and energy: Which products and research aims seem the most … Continued