The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy (CFA) has received DKK 4.65 million from the European Commission’s H2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
The project NewHoRRIzon (Excellence in science and innovation for Europe by adopting the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation) will investigate responsible research and innovation practices across academic domains. There is a growing awareness of the concept ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’ (RRI) in the European countries, but the perceptions of responsible research and innovation practices vary greatly across sectors and academic areas. The project will explore the domain-specific perceptions of responsibility and will contribute to cultivating responsible research and innovation practices in the academic columns in H2020.
The NewHoRRIzon project will be implemented by a consortium consisting of 19 partnering organisations under the management of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna. The total project grant is DKK 51 million, and the project will run for a four-year period.
NewHoRRIzon is the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy’s fifth grant under H2020. The project is headed by Centre Director Niels Mejlgaard.