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    Recent research shows that while the EU promotes social and ethical values in research and innovation, such values are not well integrated in research policy or practice. Responsible research and innovation principles have been designed to enhance an inclusive and democratic approach to enabling research and innovation (R&I) to reflect values, needs and aspirations of society. Research from the Fraunhofer ISI, the University of Wageningen, the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, and 18 partners however suggest a lack of integration of ethics and public engagement in European research projects.

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  • NEST Winter School at Fraunhofer ISI / 2019

    Questionnaire: Berit Piepgras

    from Jacob Leidenberger / March 14, 2019

    This week, PhD students and junior researchers from the NEST PhD-Network and the STRN methodologies thematic group are gathering at Fraunhofer ISI. Regularly we ask a participant of the NEST Winter School on “Methodologies and Methods for Sustainability Transitions Research“ to complete a questionnaire. Today: Berit Piepgras.

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  • NEST Winter School at Fraunhofer ISI / 2019

    Questionnaire: Abdullah Fahimi

    from Christoph Ries / March 13, 2019

    This week, PhD students and junior researchers from the NEST PhD-Network and the STRN methodologies thematic group are gathering at Fraunhofer ISI. Each day we ask a participant of the NEST Winter School on “Methodologies and Methods for Sustainability Transitions Research” to complete a questionnaire. Day 2: Abdullah Fahimi.

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  • NEST Winter School at Fraunhofer ISI / 2019

    Questionnaire: Ignė Stalmokaitė

    from Ulrike Aschoff / March 12, 2019

    This week, PhD students and junior researchers from the NEST PhD-Network and the STRN methodologies thematic group are gathering at Fraunhofer ISI. Regularly we ask a participant of the NEST Winter School on “Methodologies and Methods for Sustainability Transitions Research“ to complete a questionnaire. Today: Ignė Stalmokaitė.

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