STARBIOS 2Project ID: 709517
Structural Transformation to Attain Responsible BIOSciences
Total cost:EUR 3 499 277,50
EU contribution:EUR 3 499 277,50
Topic(s):ISSI-5-2015 - Supporting structural change in research organisations to promote Responsible Research and Innovation
Call for proposal:H2020-ISSI-2015-1See other projects for this call
Funding scheme:CSA - Coordination and support action
STAR BIOS 2 (Structural Transformation to Attain Responsible BIOSciences),coordinated by the University of Tor Vergata (IT), has been designed to respond to the Topic ISSI 5 (Workprogramme Science With And For Society). The general aim of project is that of contributing to the advancement of the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) strategy, which underpins Horizon 2020, by promoting 6 Action Plans (APs) oriented to attain a RRI structural change in research institutions from Europe and developing 3 further APs in non-european entities, all active in the field of biosciences.
This strategy is geared to cope more in general with one of the main risk, for European research, i.e., its inadequate connection with society, by promoting its increasing alignment, in terms of both process and outcomes, with the needs and values of European society. This entails, in the RRI perspective, an increasing involvement of stakeholders at any level of the research and innovation process.
The project has three main focuses:
1) Develop RRI-oriented structural change processes in the already mentioned institutions involved in biosciences research. This aim will be pursued through designing, implementing and evaluating RRI Action Plans. In order to secure the results emerging from the APs, a sustainability strategy will be developed and implemented during the project lifespan.
APs will be supported by a central technical assistance and the project will be monitored and assessed.
2) Develop a learning process concerning: a) resistances and barriers to RRI (which are they, how they manifest themselves, which impact they have, etc.); b) key factors favouring or supporting RRI; c) strategic options and RRI-oriented tools.
3) Develop a sustainable model for RRI in biosciences.
EU contribution: EUR 807 522,50
VIA ORAZIO RAIMONDO 18
EU contribution: EUR 324 750
VIA GUIDO RENI 56
EU contribution: EUR 413 337,50
University Offices, Wellington Square
OX1 2JD OXFORD
EU contribution: EUR 275 937,50
TITOV TRG 4
EU contribution: EUR 318 760
Bul. Dragan Tzankov 8
EU contribution: EUR 126 250
EU contribution: EUR 155 000
NORDRE RINGGADE 1
8000 AARHUS C
EU contribution: EUR 312 370
UL. BAZYNSKIEGO 8
EU contribution: EUR 347 000
EU contribution: EUR 225 100
66 AVENUE DES CHAMPS ELYSEES ESPACE 41
EU contribution: EUR 132 000
Metzerott Road 3300
MD 20783-1690 Adelphi
EU contribution: EUR 61 250
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