Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)

RRI seeks to bring issues related to research and innovation into the open, to anticipate their consequences, and to involve society in discussing how science and technology can help create the kind of world and society we want for generations to come.‘  

The term has come to refer to six ‘policy keys’ or priorities in the relationship between research and innovation and society: public engagement, open access, gender equality, science education, ethics, and governance. 

REFERENCE

The RRI Tools’ page What is RRI? Available here

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