From Ideas to Impact: Engaging and Innovating Responsibly   
“Our engagement and innovation have the potential to leave a positive mark on society. But, are we always acting responsibly, ethically and with integrity? Do we unintentionally hold back the potential for impact?
This interactive session will introduce key concepts, new opportunities and practical resources to support participants to consider and apply responsible engagement and innovation concepts to their own domain and develop tangible next steps to kickstart their own ideas. Building on insights from the Responsible knowledge exchange, engagement and impact project and EPSRC’s Responsible Research and Innovation Principles, the session will introduce what it means to be responsible and why it matters before working through interactive exercises that will give participants practical insights and tools for implementing responsible engagement and innovation, including sharing potential sources of funding and support.
This session is suitable for researchers at all stages (inc. DPhil) and those supporting researchers in all disciplines.”
Date: 19 September 2023, 14:30 (Tuesday, -2nd week, Michaelmas 2023)
Venue: Blavatnik School of Government, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter OX2 6GG
Speakers: Juliet Scott-Barrett (Research Officer), Dr Michaela Livingstone-Banks (University of Oxford)
Organisers: Eliya Lucks (University of Oxford), Dr Helen Carstairs (University of Oxford), William Pryor (University of Oxford), Luke Caunt (University of Oxford)
Part of: Oxford Inside Out
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Eliya Lucks