The GoNano project has develop a webinar series on How can co-creation be used to enhance research and innovation?
The EU-funded GoNano project explored how co-creation might be used to enhance the responsiveness of nanotechnology research and innovation. Responsiveness is understood as the capacity and willingness of researchers and producers to integrate societal considerations in early stages of technology development. Co-creation can enhance responsiveness by enabling productive collaborations between researchers and societal stakeholders over longer timeframes, leading to tangible outcomes such as a new research avenue, proposal, product or prototype.
The GoNano co-creation process combined face-to-face citizen engagement, stakeholder workshops and online consultations in three pilot countries, each focusing on different thematic areas (health in the Netherlands, food in the Czech Republic, and energy in Spain).To share our experiences, GoNano developed three webinars that discusses how we developed our co-creation process, our lessons learned, and tips an tricks on how you can develop your own co-creation process.
Each webinar consists of about 45 minutes and provide insights into different aspects of co-creation. Eah webinar is devided into three sessions of 15 min each.
- The first webinar is about What is co-creation and why co-create in research and innovation?
- The second webinar is about Co-creation in practice
- The third webinar is about Outcomes and results of co-creation.
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