September 24, 2014, by Warren Pearce

New report released on Responsible Research and Innovation

RRI Responding to the new research agendaToday sees the launch of a new report on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). The report provides an overview of this emerging agenda, lays out approaches from key funders, and summarises RRI work already being carried out within University of Nottingham. The report also presents recommendations for the University’s future engagement with RRI, based on documentary analysis and interviews carried out in June and July of this year. The report contains the views of the authors, not the University. Click on the image on the right to read the report.

The report is written by an interdisciplinary team of Research Fellows, Warren Pearce (Sociology & Social Policy), Sarah Hartley (Biosciences) and Alasdair Taylor (Chemistry), and was funded through Bridging the Gaps: Next Generation Feasibility Award 2014.

If you would like to know more about RRI, you can find news about forthcoming events and reports on our RRI InfoHub, also launched today. And if you would like to join the Nottingham RRI network, please get in touch with one of the authors via the links above, or leave a comment below…

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