Industrial Dialogue and Training Materials

This page collects all the materials developed by ZSI for training different groups of stakeholders (industry and business, citizens, civil society organisations, policy makers and policy delivery, academics and scientists, etc.) on RRI in general, and more specifically on the contents of our SMART Maps and of the industrial pilots where they were tested. These training formats and materials are intended to be transferable, so that industrial players can use them for their own training and to implement our approach beyond the duration of the project.

These materials, and the activities where they were used, contributed to the development of the three SMART Maps on Precision Medicine, Synthetic Biology and 3D Printing in the Biomedical Field.

The training materials are divided into two main parts:

Industrial dialogue materials

These materials were used for conducting six multi-stakeholder industry dialogues in three different industry fields (Synthetic Biology, Precision Medicine, 3D Printing in the biomedical field). ZSI has developed this stakeholder dialogue format, which can be adapted and applied to other projects in the RRI field.  

The resources used during the dialogues include:

 

Training materials on RRI

These materials were introduced to and tested by SMART-map consortium members during a one-and-a-half- day training workshop, on 24th and 25th October 2017 in Vienna. The materials, tailored to the requirements of the pilots, were tested and used by consortium members to conduct pilot activities with their collaborating industry partners. They can be used for further trainings in the field, although the open format allows for adoptions required in specific use cases.

The materials include:

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for research and innovation, under grant agreement no. 710500