Enabling co-creation in nanotechnologies
We are delighted to announce yet another exciting output from the GoNano project: at the start of their second semester in July 2020, RMIT University launched a micro-credential on “Understanding Responsible Research and Innovation”. This micro-cred is a short, fully online course containing reading and viewing exercises and interactive decision-making activities inspired by expert interviews … Continued
This deliverable compiles the results and output gathered for each of the subtasks of GoNano Task 6.1: “Training, guidelines and co-creation toolkit for researchers and engineers”.
As the GoNano project draws to a close, it is taking time to reflect on its many successes. High on the list of positive outcomes are the relationships that GoNano and its partners have established with other EU projects, e.g. Harvestore.
Nanotechnology 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. Researchers and engineers are one of the important enactors to ensure nanotechnology researcher and innovation becomes more socially … Continued
The GoNano project has develop a webinar series on How can co-creation be used to enhance research and innovation?
This report provides an assessment of the co-creation process established by the European project GoNano.
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 evaluation and learnings from post-measurements of the GoNano co-creation process.
This report provides an overview of the GoNano Winter School, covering the objectives, planning and execution, and presenting the material used and gathered at each phase.