Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) is a term to describe scientific research and technological development processes that take into account effects and potential impacts on the environment and society, environmental sustainability >> project carbon/waste footprint, gender equity, policy-makers and political incentives for research and innovation (R&I) for societal benefits.
RRI & Open Science practices
- Defining ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’ (RRI) and ‘Good Scientific Practices’ (GSP)
- Historic overview, context, and relevance today
- Where is RRI a standard for research ethics?
- Guidelines, principles and resources on RRI, Open Science, and GSP by national and international authorities
- How RRI translates into ‘Open Science’
- Real-life/lab case studies and examples
- Relevance ad applicability to various disciplines
- Tangible steps that can be implemented on the individual/departmental/ institute level
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Learn more about RRI on Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia
Explore the digital tools you can use to comply with RRI
References & reading suggestions
- FIT4RRI – Fostering improved training tools for responsible research & innovation | fit4rri.eu