Thank you for your willingness to complete our short survey on responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the field of nanotechnologies within the NANO2ALL project. This survey focuses on identifying societal engagement practices under the frame of RRI across Europe and beyond, with the purpose to share knowledge, experience and recommendations with other organisations and individuals involved with nanotechnology and motivate a wider application of such mechanisms in our region.
RRI is an approach that anticipates and assesses potential implications and societal expectations with regard to research and innovation (R&I), with the aim to foster the design of inclusive and sustainable R&I. As a dimension of RRI, societal engagement implies interactions between relevant stakeholders (companies, research organisations, policymakers, civil society organisations, consumers, affected citizens and others) in order to align research, development and innovation with the values, expectations and needs of the society. Such interactions can take various shapes, such as brainstorming, scenario workshops, user committees, online forums, dialogues, informal / formal meetings, or other formats. For additional information on NANO2ALL, please contact us here.
Your personal details will be treated carefully and confidentially and will not be shared without your prior written consent. We will not store or preserve your data beyond the duration of this project (March, 2019). The NANO2ALL team will not transmit any data to parties outside the consortium, without prejudice to a possible transmission to the bodies in charge of an inspection task in accordance with Community legislation, e.g. OLAF, or an investigating magistrate. The NANO2ALL project team will not share personal data with third parties for direct marketing.