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The NUCLEUS team warmly invites you to the NUCLEUS Annual Conference taking place 5-6 October, 2017 in Hannover, Germany! These year’s theme is Facing the Challenge: Obstacles and opportunities of RRI in scientific institutions, and marks the project’s exciting transition from capacity-building to implementation!

Presentations will include:

  • Findings from a study on perspectives towards RRI held by European researchers and university leadership, including institutional opportunities and barriers identified
  • Cultural case studies of RRI in China and South Africa
  • An introduction to the “Nuclei” test sites which will implement new strategies for RRI from 2017-2019

NUCLEUS’ goal is a long-term, sustainable culture of responsible research in universities, and this is dependent on understanding the perspectives of all interacting stakeholders from policymaking, civil society, media, economy and public engagement. Come meet a community of like-minded individuals who are developing a New Understanding of Communication, Learning and Engagement in Universities and Scientific Institutions. The process has already begun with our diverse consortium, and we hope that you will join us next!

NUCLEUS Conference 2017


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