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First Map of Marine Structures Shows How Much we’ve Modified the Oceans

With our long history of altering the environment through manmade structures, we humans sure have made our mark on the Earth in our relatively short time here. Scientists in Australia […]

Call for Researchers – EMPORIA4KT Project

The EMPORIA4KT project is offering a comprehensive training and mentoring programme for Blue Economy researchers to enhance their skills in innovation and technology transfer.  This programme will provide training and mentoring to […]

Diversity, democracy and solidarity in EU societies

Can ethnographic case studies and quantitative research help to understand the ways stigmatised or conflictual youngsters engage with social, environmental and political issues, and how they create opportunities for social […]

Advantages and disadvantages of societal engagement

ABSTRACT We view Societal Engagement (SE) as a key element of Responsible Innovation (RI) and want to better understand the advantages and disadvantage of SE, both in theory and in […]

IEA: Ammonia will become shipping’s dominant fuel

The International Energy Agency has released a new long-term energy transition forecast, drilling down into individual industrial sectors, with ammonia touted to be the long-term winner in today’s battle for […]

Handbook of Democratic Innovation and Governance

Bibliographic References Handbook of Democratic Innovation and Governance. Edited by Stephen Elstub and Oliver Escobar. Edward Elgar Publishing. Dec 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4337/9781786433862 Summary of Content Democratic innovations are proliferating in […]

Engagement Goes Virtual

The magnitude of the Corona crisis took us all by surprise. Shops were closed down, wherever possible people had to work from home and events got cancelled or postponed. The […]

Systems Savvy – Key to Responsible Innovation?

How can companies focus on relationships between technology and organization? What kind of skills do managers need to align technological possibilities with organizational structures? Is there a window of opportunity for […]

Science policy for scientists: A simple task for great effect

Introduction Many scientists have become increasingly concerned with the course and status of science-related policies in recent years, and these concerns have only grown in the past months as governments […]

Horizon Europe First Strategic Plan 2021-2024

About the survey Horizon Europe, the ninth European Research and Innovation Framework programme (2021-2027), is the key instrument of the Union for supporting research and innovation. It also plays an […]

Where marine heatwaves will intensify fastest: New analysis

The world’s strongest ocean currents, which play key roles in fisheries and ocean ecosystems, will experience more intense marine heatwaves than the global average over coming decades, according to a […]

Science is Wonderful! 2020 – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

About Slowing down global warming, improving our cities, preventing hunger and drought, fighting cancer… It’s all part of the topics that schools, youth, citizens and stakeholders will discover through Science is […]

How to protect Galapagos marine life from Chinese fishing fleets

More than 300 foreign fishing ships, almost all Chinese, have been sitting in international waters surrounding the Galapagos Islands since late July. The islands, nearly 1,000 km from the coast of Ecuador, […]

A Research Agenda for Oceans and Human Health in Europe

Oceans and Human Health (OHH) is a meta-discipline exploring the complex and inextricable links between the health of the ocean and that of humans. It is our vision that OHH […]

Aligning R&I with European Society

Responsible Research and Innovation is European Union’s approach for good governance research and innovation. This means respecting the highest ethical values and teaching everyone on science and research. Research should […]

Institutional changes towards Responsible Research and Innovation

Research and innovation are essential to finding solutions to the pressing challenges we face. It requires opening up the research and innovation system to the participation and collective intelligence of society, […]

How to engage with QH – Brochure

In GRRIP, as discussed in D3.2., the idea of the fourth helix being the “enduser” is used expansively, but the “end-user” of the services produced in GRRIP can be from […]

How to engage with QH – Steps 5 and 6

What is Stakeholder Engagement? Stakeholder engagement is a highly relevant activity, an ongoing process, that builds relationships between parties enabling information exchange. This process allows stakeholder affected by decisions of organisation in question […]

How to engage with QH – Step 3 and 4

What is Stakeholder Engagement? Stakeholder engagement is a highly relevant activity, an ongoing process, that builds relationships between parties enabling information exchange. This process allows stakeholder affected by decisions of organisation in question […]

How to engage with QH – Step 2

What is Stakeholder Engagement? Stakeholder engagement is a highly relevant activity, an ongoing process, that builds relationships between parties enabling information exchange. This process allows stakeholder affected by decisions of organisation in question […]