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Planning Guide for Public Engagement and Outreach in Nanotechnology, OECD 2012

The guide is intended to assist policy makers, public engagement strategists and practitioners. The guide may also be of assistance to industry, industry bodies and others engaged in communicating about nanotechnology with the public. This guide comprises eight key points for consideration to assist when planning public engagement activities. It also contains a set of tables with questions to guide the policy maker through the process of developing a public engagement activity. The questions address topics including, for example, the type of activity, the nature of the participants, the purpose of the activity, resources required and monitoring and evaluation of the activity.

The future of nanotechnology: We need to talk

This report was published by the Nanologue project that supported dialogue on the social, ethical and legal implications of nanoscience and nanotechnologies. The document presents the main Nanologue findings, provides a very short introduction to some of the risks and opportunities presented by nanotechnology, explores three possible futures in the development of nanotechnology and discusses how dialogue can be used as part of a process to ensure that society maximises the benefits from nanotechnologies and minimises the risks.

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OECD - Responsible Development of Nanotechnology

This report presents the findings of a survey on national or regional government policy and/or national and regional research programmes supporting the responsible development of nanotechnology. This document was downloaded from: www.oecd.org

NANO Supermarket

Go and shop at the NANO Supermarket at www.nanosupermarket.org! Find out more about nanotech products that may hit the shelves within the next ten years!

Responsible Innovation in the context of the KARIM project. A guiding document for SMEs and Policy-Makers

This manual sets out to provide an introduction to the foundations of the emerging concept of responsible innovation and a practical guide for implementing such an approach within a project. Although mainly aimed at those supporting innovation, it can also be easily used by any small and medium-sized enterprise wishing to take the first steps in implementing a responsible innovation process and assimilate the main concepts surrounding the corresponding strategy. This document was produced within KARIM Interreg IVB project by Paris Region Entreprises and its partners. This report was downloaded from: www.rri-tools.eu

 

 

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Be part of the nanoworld!

Through the NANO2ALL you can participate in a dialogue with different groups of the society to discuss the benefits and risks arising from the use of nanotechnologies. Through this you can make your views be heard and as well as understand the perceptions and concerns of others.

Newsletter #1

 

The first newsletter of the NANO2ALL project intends to promote and explore the main concepts associated to this initiative and present the main benefits for each target group. Please take a look on this issue at http://goo.gl/bHfbkv and find out how NANO2ALL can help you!

Regulatory research for effective risk assessment

 

This report was written as result of the NanoDiode project activities and is a summary of current issues in risk assessment of nanomaterials that interfere in the current risk assessment methodologies and need a thorough reflection to make these fit for nano.

The Nano2All project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement Number 685931.
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