FIT4RRI consortium meeting in Maastricht

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FIT4RRI is at the end of its second year and the project is in the middle of the co-creation experiment testing phase. The consortium met in Maastricht in the Netherlands from 14-15th May 2019 to discuss recent developments and future actions.   The project partners presented the progress of their work. After an successful call for FIT4RRI trainings, the winners were … Read More

FIT4RRI consortium & advisory board meeting in Brussels

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FIT4RRI is in its second year now and the project moves from the analysis phase to testing the first results. After looking at trends, barriers and drivers of Responsible Research & Innovation and Open Science in an extensive literature review and benchmarking process, considering also sectoral and geographical perspectives, we now dive into the testing phase on how RRI and … Read More

Our 2nd Consortium Meeting!

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FIT4RRI, EU project, European project, Responsible Research and Innovation, RRI, Open Science, OS, Open Access, OA

FIT4RRI is a 3 year project under “Science with and for Society”, funded by the European Commission. It has been created to activate institutional changes in RFPOs and bridge the gap between the potential role and actual limited impact of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Open Science (OS) on Research Funding and Performing Organisations (RFPOs). It will act on … Read More

Open Access Week interview by The Open University

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Interview answered by Nancy Pontika, Open Access Aggregation Officer at CORE based at the Open University in UK. 1.    Does your organization have an open access strategy? And how are you implementing it? CORE is an Open University (OU) project and is jointly funded by the OU and Jisc. CORE is a global full text aggregator of Open Access … Read More