Socio-Technical Integration Research Project Workshop 4
February 16 and 17, 2011, 9:00 AM (Light breakfast at 8:30 AM)
5th Floor Conference Room - Directions
On February 16th and 17th, 2011, the Synthetic Biology Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars will host the Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR) Project Workshop 4.
The Socio-Technical Integration Research project is conducting a coordinated set of 20 laboratory engagement studies to assess and compare the varying pressures on, and capacities for, laboratories to integrate broader societal considerations into their work. These studies will be conducted by ten doctoral students and will be aimed at guiding research decisions toward responsible innovation.
Please join us on February 16th and 17th to discuss these vital issues with a distinguished gathering of laboratory directors, embedded social scientists and research councils from around the world.
Discussion topics will include:
• Experiences in synergistically enhancing the creativity and responsibility of scientific research, • Responsible innovation from the viewpoints of natural scientists, social scientists and research agencies, and • The establishment of an international network of scientists and research agencies working toward responsible innovation.
STIR seeks to establish an International Network for Responsible Innovation and is organized under the auspices of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University.
February 16, 2011
To register CLICK HERE. Please include “RSVP STIR” in the message field of the form. No RSVP is necessary for the webcast.
Erik Fisher; David Rejeski; Shannon Conley; Courtney Hanna; Bastien Miorin; Troy Benn; Pierre Meulien; Anthony Stavrianakis; Sonja Billerbeck; Christine Luk; Stuart Lindsay; Anders Hanssen; Roop L. Mahajan; Daan Schuurbiers; Wim Vermaas; Antonio Calleja-Lopez; Shreya Bhattacharyya; Rene vonSchomberg; Robin Phelps; Robert Bowman; Paul Ellwood; Terry Wilkins; Mike Gorman