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SUPER MoRRI Annual event 2020: RRI across Europe: Exploring the science society interface

On January 29th, the first annual event of the SUPER MoRRI project will be held in the Lipsius building in Leiden and will be thematically organized around engaging the public with research and innovation. Registration is free; hope to see you there!


Register for free at: https://leidenuniv.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cLSsk5kXr23VEs5

On January 29th, CWTS will host the first annual event of the SUPER MoRRI project.

The SUPER MoRRI project is tasked with the development of a monitoring framework for the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). RRI aims to foster a more socially responsive, open, inclusive, equitable, and ethical research and innovation system, through engagement and aligning with societal actors and stakeholders. More information on the concept of RRI can be found here: https://www.rri-tools.eu/en/about-rri. The SUPER MoRRI project consortium aims to make the development of this framework as inclusive as possible, and to accomplish this, will host several annual events throughout the duration of the project.

The focus of the first SUPER MoRRI annual event is on engaging citizens with research and innovation. The event will feature presentations by citizen science projects within the Netherlands, pitches and posters from RRI projects around Europe, a talk by Alan Irwin on Public engagement with science, and reflections on the institutionalization of RRI from the perspectives of both research performing organizations and research funding organizations.

Below you can find the location and agenda of the event:

Venue: Lipsius building (address: Cleveringaplaats 1, 2311 BD Leiden)





Registration / Coffee and tea


Welcome by Ralf Lindner & Ingeborg Meijer (SUPER_MoRRI)

This is RRI for us > open view. Should we stick or move away from RRI keys? What is it for you? And can it be connected?


Presentation of SUPER_MoRRI Strategic and Implementation Plans


Talk by Alan Irwin (Copenhagen Business School)


Dutch Citizen Science example I

Medical Inspirer Prize: most inspiring collaboration between patients, patient organizations and researchers – Janneke Stolwijk (award winner 2019)


Pitches by SwafS/RRI projects

SeeRRI, SISCODE, FIT4RRI, SHERPA, Big Picnic, MULTI-ACT, On-Merrit, GoNano, Transform, Scivil


Interactive Lunch

Poster presentations and a space to exhibit projects. Networking possiblities


Dutch Citizen Science example II

De Waag Society – Lucas Evers

Working with emergent technologies, Waag conducts research in both imaginative and practical terms, addressing its fellow citizens from a position of equality and collaboration


Dutch Citizen Science example III

Citizen Science Lab – Frans Snik

The Citizen Science Lab brings together researchers, citizens and societal organizations to create new knowledge for science and society


Dutch Citizen Science example IV

Naturalis – tba

Naturalis is the national institute about biodiversity and a museum with everything about nature


Coffee break


Panel discussion with Paul Wouters (dean, Leiden University), Wendy Reijmerink (Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development) & Colette Bos (Dutch Research Council)


Closing by Roger Strand (SUPER_MoRRI)



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