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Wed, 09/05/2018

On April 9th, the NANO2ALL “BUILDING RESPONSIVENESS” workshop was held at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Brussels.
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Preliminary results of French multi-stakeholder dialogue available

Wed, 31/01/2018

The preliminary results of the NANO2ALL multi-stakeholder dialogue held on 23 November, 2017 are now available under the "resources" section of this website.
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Multi-stakeholder dialogue in Barcelona, Spain

Mon, 29/01/2018

In February, Nano2All goes to Spain to talk about RRI in nanotechnology!

The next multi-stakeholder dialogue is going to take place on the 12th of February, at the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), right in the centre of the city.

Check out how the last dialogue in Barcelona went in this video produced by ICN2.

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NANO2ALL at the PRISMA stakeholder event

Mon, 27/11/2017

NANO2ALL and its societal engagement practices were presented at the PRISMA project "Setting the agenda of RRI in industry” stakeholder workshop on 20 November in Berlin, Germany. The event were attended by nanotechnology industry members, social scientists, ethicists, researchers in nanotechnology, the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, among other relevant stakeholders.
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Setting priorities for new Euro-Brazilian cooperation in Responsible Research and Innovation

Mon, 30/10/2017

On 27 October 2017, MALSCH, partner in NANO2ALL, gave a keynote presentation on “Responsible Research and Innovation” (RRI) during an Info Session organised by INCOBRA at PUCRS in Porto Alegre, Brazil, providing an overview of past and ongoing EU funded projects in RRI, including Brazilian partners. She stressed the need for continuity and building upon results from earlier projects. 

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Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue in Jerusalem, Israel

Thu, 19/10/2017

Bloomfield Science Museum

Today, we begin our first dialogue of the season.

The multi-stakeholder dialogue takes place in the Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem.

These dialogues will discuss how societal values, needs and concerns can be better reflected through an increased uptake of societal engagement in R&I in the area of nanomedicine, nanotextiles and nanotechnology applied to brain-computer interface.

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Nano2All in INCOBRA Info Session

Fri, 27/10/2017

Nano2All will be represented in the Info Sessions of the INCOBRA project. Dr Ineke Malsch, partner in Nano2All, will be talking about "RRI state-of-the-art: where does it come from? Where does it take?", "RRI in Europe: trends, challenges and opportunities" and "RRI in the context of EU-Brazil cooperation: what is at stake?" as a European expert in RRI in the second edition of INCOBRA's Info Sessions.

Check out the session's programme here.

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NANO2ALL at the SATORI Final Conference

Mon, 18/09/2017

NANO2ALL is represented by MALSCH (partner in the project) at the Final Conference of the SATORI project (http://satoriproject.eu/events/event/satori-final-conference/). The conference focuses on the ethical aspects of research and innovation. NANO2ALL is presented at the poster-session of the event.
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NANO2ALL training - In preparation for multi-stakeholder dialogues

Thu, 14/09/2017

NANO2ALL partner organisations and involved science centres participated in a training session in Amsterdam, NL on 13 and 14 September to discuss and try out the methodology designed for the multi-stakeholder dialogues. Multi-stakeholder dialogue events will take place this autumn in Sweden France, Spain, Italy, Poland and Israel.
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UNESCO calls for responsible research, including more dialogue with society

Wed, 06/09/2017

On 17 May 2017, UNESCO published a report on the Revision of the Recommendation on the Status of Scientific Researchers (1974): http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002489/248910e.pdf. The recommendation calls upon UNESCO Member States to facilitate scientific research and calls upon researchers and employers of research to engage in responsible research. The update was needed to accommodate the present-day context where scientists are active, in private as well as public organisations.
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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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