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Thursday 17

Imagining RRI after Brexit

Posted by UCL on 17 Nov 2016

Following the momentous decision by the UK to leave the EU on 23 June 2016, there has been much turmoil and confusion about the future of UK access to and engagement with EU funding and projects. According to one report: “UK universities have in the region of 100,000 collaborative links involving UK-based researchers working with their European counterparts.” It goes on to say that sixty percent of all internationally co-authored research papers produced by the country's scientists include at least one European co-author, and EU money enables UK universities to work together across a continent, to lead multinational collaborations, and to share in European resources, data and expertise.


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Sunday 19

Making responsibility a reality

Posted by Ignasi López-Verdeguer and Melanie Smallman on 19 Jul 2015

RRI Tools' Ignasi Lopez-Verdeguer and Melanie Smallman wrote an article about the project in Research Europe on 19th June, in advance of their presentation at the EARMA conference in Leiden , Netherlands(28 June-1st July 2015). An abridged version of the article is below.

Venue of the EARMA conference in Leiden from the EARMA 20115 website​

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Sunday 07

Obstacles, opportunities and ideas for responsible research and innovation

Posted by University College London on 07 Jun 2015

Significant opportunities for businesses and scientists could come from Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), according to the findings of a series of workshops organised by the RRI Tools project. Opportunities include the chance to increase competitiveness, to build new networks and to develop new R&D agendas.

Throughout the Autumn of 2014, 400 stakeholders, representing the business, research, policy, education and NGO communities from more than 30 European countries, met in a series of one-day workshops to consider what RRI means to them. In particular, the workshops set out to discuss stakeholder understandings of RRI, what they...

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