Enabling co-creation in nanotechnologies
The GoNano project has develop a webinar series on How can co-creation be used to enhance research and innovation?
This report has outlined the multitude of requirements necessary for a productive and effective co-creation exercise, at both substantive and procedural levels, based on previous and ongoing EU and national engagement projects, academic literature and material from interviews with relevant stakeholders.
This report consists of a literature review where issues of gender, culture and communication is investigated, followed by an analysis in which the public current discourse around nanotechnology is mapped.
This report describes the methodological approach and the outcomes of the first set of interviews with important stakeholders of the R&I value chain.
This report presents the GoNano co-creation methodology for the pilot studies.
This working paperpresents the design and outcomes of the first round of stakeholder workshops organised in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Spain.
This report provides an overview of the current policy context, recent developments and debates regarding risk governance and regulations of nanotechnologies in Europe as well as the main research and innovation priorities by European policies (H2020) and industries (European Technology Platforms).
Over the last decades, many efforts have been put in place to reduce the distance between science and society, including the European-wide approach in Horizon 2020 called Responsible Research and Innovation. RRI seeks to bring issues related to research and innovation into the open, to anticipate their consequences, and to involve society in discussing how … Continued
In this policy brief Science2Society explains and demonstrate how Open Innovation (IO) concepts has been experimented and practically applied to seven interaction mechanisms, demonstrating their empirical implementation and their sustainability. The guidelines in this document will support policy makers in their decision-making process and provide suggestions for action. “Policy-makers can help identify the segments of the innovation process that can … Continued