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 to enable the inclusion of the broader public in research and research-related processes. One of the major outcomes of the project – the GoNano White Papers – has now reached a crucial stage.
What are the GoNano White Papers?
The three GoNano White papers provide insights into different aspects of co-creation and responsiveness in the field of nanotechnology.
White Paper one establishes the foundation as to why co-creation responsiveness makes sense in nanotechnology and describes conceptual and empirical aspects of responsiveness of researchers and engineers in co-creation processes. It mainly addresses researchers, engineers, as well as other stakeholders involved in the research system (e.g. research funding or research institutions).
White Paper two provides a strategic focus regarding how to implement co-creation, considering research and the innovation eco-system. Thus, it addresses industrial and business partners, research institutions, and policy makers who are active in and are influencing research and innovation processes.
White paper three provides guidance on how to realize co-creation considering a gender and diversity perspectives in order to better integrate these in nano-related R&I. The main addressees of the paper are organizers and/or researchers in a position to put co-creation into practice.
How to contribute?
Contributing is easy: Please download the White Paper you are interested in (above) and the Consultation Template. Please fill out the consultation template and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will collect your feedback until April 30th, 2020. The GoNano consortium will then review and integrate relevant suggestions to create the final version of the White Papers. For transparency reasons, we will publish all the collected (and upon request anonymized) suggestions from this online consultation on the website – even if they are not taken up in the final White Papers.
The final version of the White Papers will be published on our website.