This is your space to learn more about the role researchers and scientists play in the NANO2ALL project, develop or deepen your knowledge of the responsible research and innovation (RRI) concept and read about selected recommendations elaborated in the NANO2ALL project.
NANO2ALL engages scientists and researchers to be more aware of the concept of responsible research and innovation (RRI) as well as of its advantages for their activities and provides them with RRI practices practices. Several researchers and scientists have participated in the NANO2ALL activities and shared their views with us on aspects related to the implementation of the RRI approach in the development of nanotechnology. This has provided us with a better understanding of the drivers, barriers and recent developments of RRI.
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Dive in RRI for researchers and scientistsSelect resources according to your interest.
- Further information on RRI: Code of Conduct for Responsible Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Research; Responsibility Navigator; MOOC Responsible Innovation: Ethics, Safety and Technology
- European science conversations by the community, for the community – RRI IMPLEMENTATION
- Responsible research and innovation: From science in society to science for society, with society
- ENGAGE – Equipping the Next Generation for Responsible Research and Innovation project
- Nanotechnology: Research and Innovation the invisible giant tackling Europe’s future challenges
- NanoDiode fact sheet #9: Developing capacity-building tools for ensuring worker safety with nanomaterials
- Nanosafety in Europe 2015-2025: Towards Safe and Sustainable Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Innovations
- RRI in H2020
- HEIRRI. Higher Education Institutions and Responsible Research and Innovation: RRI & RRI learning practices database related to RRI and RRI learning in higher education institutions