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National Multi Stakeholder Dialogues - Moderator Manual

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This is a manual for the moderators of the NANO2ALL national multi stakeholder dialogues (MSDs). It clarifies the goal and general idea behind the chosen dialogue design and then points out its relation to the previous citizen dialogues. In the subsequent section, a detailed script is found that can be used for moderating the dialogue session. Information about the recommended time-structure of the dialogue session, the specific dialogue exercises, the tools and materials that should be used, the questions that should be asked, and the data that should be collected are also included.

Societal Engagement Practice - Dutch Societal Dialogue on Nanotechnology

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This short report provides brief insights into the Dutch Societal Dialogue on Nanotechnology that took place from March 2009 until January 2011. It explains the societal dialogue design and process, and briefly summarises some of its findings.

The societal incubator - A tool for responsible innovation in industry

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This document provides a short synopsis of the societal incubator concept elaborated and experiemented by the Rathenau Instituut. The idea of the societal incubator is inspired by the practice of the business incubator and it aims to provide a protected space in which various interested parties can learn about the societal opportunities and conditions for innovation in a timely manner.

Societal Engagement Practice - Citizens meet experts - BMBF

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This short report presents societal engagement practice which brings together citizens and experts to discuss Research and Innovation (R&I) in Nanotechnology in Germany. The practice is implemented by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). It describes the contribution of BMBF in R&I in Nanotechnology and explains how it fosters RRI. In addition, it summarises the main aspects of the societal engagement practice.

Societal Engagement Practice - Societal Incubator for Nanotechnologies of the Rathenau Instituut

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This short report provides brief insights into the Societal Incubator for Nanotechnologies initiative of the Rathenau Instituut, which comprised the development of the concept and a short experimentation of it. The description also touches upon the benefits and objectives of developing a societal incubator. Finally, it presents the structure and operationalisation of the societal incubator as well as findings and recommendations. Data for this report was gathered via desk research and a structured interview with Dirk Stemerding, a former Senior Researcher of the Rathenau Instituut.

NANO2ALL Newsletter #4 – Our Building Blocks for the Future

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The fourth newsletter of the NANO2ALL project aims to promote the latest Nano2All activities, including European and six National Multi-stakeholder Dialogues as well as other materials. This newsletter also presents some news from other exciting initiatives. Please take a look on this issue at here.

Responsible Innovation Agendas at National Level

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The report describes actions and interactions that are needed throughout the nanotechnology value chain to better identify and integrate societal needs, concerns and values in nanotechnology research and innovation processes from a national perspective. This report is based on the six national citizen dialogues organized in science centres located in Israel, Italy, France, Poland, Spain and Sweden between October 2017 and February 2018. A broad range of suggestions for action have been made that reinforce current thinking about important themes and challenges that we face in democratizing science and technology governance.

Societal engagement practices - NanoRESP

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This short report provides brief insights into the NanoRESP Forum, a multi-actor dialogue forum fostering practices of responsible innovation. Data for this report was gathered via desk research and a structured interview with Dorothée Browaeys, founder and coordinator of NanoRESP.

Responsible Innovation Agenda at European level

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This report presents the responsible innovation agenda at EU level that was conceived based on the outcomes of the NANO2ALL European dialogue event held on April 9th, 2018 in Brussels. This agenda provides directions and recommendations for both the EC and other actors in the nanotechnology research and innovation ecosystem on how to make nanotechnology research and innovation more responsive towards societal perspectives.

The Nano2All project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement Number 685931.
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