Posts Tagged ‘innovation’

Go4 Joint Final Conference

Monday, December 21st, 2015

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If you would like to start the year with new insights in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) you should not miss this event: The Go4 Joint Final Conference on RRI hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on January 14 and 15, 2016 in Brussels. The conference with the leading theme “Responsible Research and Innovation in Europe and across the World: Shaping new Horizons” is a collaboration between Res-AGorA (www.res-agora.eu) and three other EU funded RRI projects: GREAT, Responsibility and ProGReSS (Go4).

The EU seeks to become a genuine Innovation Union by 2020, striving for excellent science, competitive industry, and a better society without compromising on sustainability, ethical acceptability or societal desirability. Responsible Research and Innovation, RRI, is a governance approach that supports the Innovation Union. There is an active debate on how best to translate the broad aims of the Innovation Union into principles and concrete actions for RRI. While the discourse on RRI is far from being settled, an impressive number of RRI activities have unfolded over the past few years. The European Union’s funding of dedicated RRI research projects and coordination activities has significantly contributed to this development.

The first wave of these projects, the Go4, will be ready to present their findings, conceptual developments, concrete messages and policy recommendations on 14-15 January 2016.

Have a look into the programme here: http://res-agora.eu/assets/RRI-Programme-V-12.pdf

Registrations for this event should be done until December 31 2015 via this link: http://res-agora.eu/news/go4-joint-final-conference/

Go4 JOINT FINAL CONFERENCE
“Responsible Research and Innovation in Europe and across the World: Shaping new Horizons”
Date: 14 – 15 January 2016
Venue: EESC Brussels, Belgium

 

EFP Brief No. 175: Innovation Futures: A Foresight Exercise on Emerging Patterns of Innovation

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

The Innovation Futures (INFU) project deals with the emergence of new innovation patterns, such as open innovation, user innovation, community innovation, social innovation, and design innovation. Based on a foresight exercise, the project examines different patterns of how innovation is organised and studies implications for business an

d policy making. For the first time, a foresight project is conducted to analyse and discuss systematically the emergence and diffusion of new innovation patterns and their implications for European policy.

EFP Brief No. 175_INFU

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