Registration is now open! HEIRRI workshop in Accra ‘Facilitating reflection on Responsible Research and Innovation’

The GUNi’s Regional Office in Africa, together with the Association of African Universities (AAU) and the Global University Network for Innovation Secretariat, organize the workshop ‘Facilitating reflection on Responsible Research and Innovation’ in the framework of the HEIRRI internationalization plan to spread the project amongst Higher Education Institutions outside Europe. It will take place next 16th October

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The magazine of the European Business and Innovation Centre Network highlights HEIRRI in its new summer issue

The last issue of the European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN) magazine “the Business Innovator” features HEIRRI as part of the report “The Responsible Response”. You can read it online via this link (edition called “Business Sans Frontières”). The text consists of an interview to Gema Revuelta, director of the Science, Communication and Society

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The HEIRRI consortium meets in Vienna, together on RRI and education!

The 9th Consortium meeting of the HEIRRI project took place on the 22nd and 23rd June in Vienna (Austria). The gathering was hosted by the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), who welcomed the rest of the project members to the magnificent Austrian capital city. This 2-day meeting was a key moment to discuss important issues

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Resolution of the Call for Applications to test the HEIRRI training materials

The HEIRRI project involves 2 new Higher Education institutions, from Algeria and India, interested in Responsible Research and Innovation and its integration into the curricula for a pilot test of two of the HEIRRI training programs and materials. After reviewing the applications received on the call to test the HEIRRI training materials, which was launched last 1st March 2017 by

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About Open Access and H2020 projects

The Research and Innovation portal of the European Commission has published very useful guidelines about Open Access and how it affects all sorts of H2020 projects. Using simple language, direct messages and revoking misconceptions, the page explains the main ways to Open Access and why the EU advocates for it: Broader access to scientific publications

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