What are the conditions for responsible research and innovation (RRI) in different research fields and geographical contexts? Join us on May 29 to discuss current changes in science as a whole and the social phenomena that challenge science.
Science and society relations are changing. At this STARBIOS2 final event, we present the main results from STARBIOS2: our model and guideline for implementing RRI in bioscience research organisations. Launching indications for European policies and networking about the governance of science/society relations in different research fields and geographical contexts.
Visit our website to see the programme and find out who is speaking: https://www.starbios2.eu/final-event
JOIN OUR COVID-19 THEMED SPECIAL EVENT
Following the main event, we are organising a COVID-19 themed special event. Indicate below whether you plan to join us!
PAPER COPY OF THE STARBIOS2 GUIDELINE BOOK
Through an iterative learning process, STARBIOS2 partners have developed a model that we are now able to share with anyone who is interested in promoting responsible biosciences! We were planning to share paper copies of this book at our in-person final events, but as we are now going digital, we offer the opportunity to have them mailed straight to your doorstep.
Please enter your address (home or work) below and we will send you a paper copy of the STARBIOS2 guideline.
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We are NOT using the publicly available Zoom cloud solution, but a GDPR-compliant version procured by Uppsala University.