RRING and GRRIP

RRING (Responsible Research and Innovation Networked Globally) – project ID 788503

EUR Researcher: Dr. Xiaoyue Tan

EUR lead: Prof. Dr. Hub Zwart

Project funding: European commission – H2020 – Science with and for Society

Project budget: € 2.999.545,-

Duration: 2018-2021

 

GRRIP (Ground RRI Practices in Research Performing Organisations) – Project ID 820283

EUR Researcher: Dr. Xiaoyue Tan

EUR lead: Prof. Dr. Hub Zwart

Project funding: European commission – H2020 – Science with and for Society

Overall project budget: € 1.527.718,-

Duration: 2019-2022

 

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) implies that research performing organisations and societal actors (citizens, policy makers, companies, non-governmental organisations, etc.) work together during the entire research process in order to better align its outcomes with the values, needs, concerns and expectations of society. The aim is to make research more inclusive by involving more voices, experiences and perspectives from society. By making RRI an inherent component of innovative research, we aim to foster public engagement and to enable access and uptake to scientific results. RRING (Responsible Research and Innovation Networked Globally) is a European consortium with UNESCO as one of its partners which aims to align RRI with similar developments on other continents through the formation of a global RRING community network and the development and mobilisation of a global Open Access Responsible Research & Innovation knowledge base. This will enable mutual learning and cooperation in responsible research and innovation worldwide. GRRIP (Grounding RRI Practices in Research Performing Organisations) is working on embedding RRI in five research performing organisations in the marine and maritime sectors to achieve institutional and cultural change. During the 2000s, much work has been done on the concept of RRI in the context of various EU projects and GRRIP aims to make RRI part of an integrated research approach.