Building Self-Sustaining Research and Innovation Ecosystems in Europe through
Responsible Research and Innovation
The SeeRRI project
SeeRRI is a joint project of 12 partner organizations from five countries, financed by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 programme. In SeeRRI we are developing a framework for integrating the principles of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) into regional Smart Specialisation policy. In a nutshell, we want to find a new way for all actors to collaborate in research and innovation activities based on a responsible mindset. While doing so, we are also implementing the principles of RRI in our own organizations.
SeeRRI framework is built based on 3 pilot territories, and also involves a Network of Affiliated
Territories (NAT) for comments and feedbacks.
On Friday 25th of June, 4 H2020 SwafS (Science with and for Citizens) projects are coming together under a joint series of three webinars with the title “RRI and regional development: common dilemmas, different approaches”. The participating projects are TeRRItoria,...
The SeeRRI project has worked tirelessly for three years to find a framework that allows territories to put Responsible Research and Innovation principles at the core of their smart specialisation stratregy. Financed by Horizon2020, the project has piloted its process...
The SeeRRI project is taking part in a Virtual Poster Session organised by NewHoRRIzon starting at 10am on Thursday 20 May. A H2020 project dedicated to further integrating RRI into research and innovation systems, NewHoRRIzon will host this special online conference...
Facts in brief
Jan. 2019 – Oct. 2021
Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)
The INNAXIS Foundation and Research Institute (INX)
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Research and Innovation Management GmbH (RIM)
University of Haifa (UH)
University of Bologna (UNIBO)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
Ecoplus Niederösterreichs Wirtschftsagentur (ECOPLUS)
Nordland County (NCC)
NHO Nordland (NHO)
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 824588.