RE4GREEN at the 8th WRCI

RE4GREEN project participated in the Poster Walk of the 8th World Conference on Research Integrity in Athens, 2-5 June 2024. Members of the coordination team, Dirk Lanzerath and Fabian Fischbach, presented the project’s progress.

 The presenters delivered a concise three-minute presentation, outlining the project’s progress these first four months: the basic objectives, the main outputs of the project and the social lab methodology, which is a fundamental part of the project’s methodology in order to enable participation of research and innovation stakeholders to support green transition.

*RE4GREEN poster is available for those registered at the conference’s virtual platform.

RE4GREEN at the EARMA Conference

EARMA annual conference took place from 23rd to 25th of April 2024, in Odense, Denmark. With more than 1500 participants from over 50 countries, a broad spectrum of topics was discussed, with a strong emphasis on emerging technologies, such as AI and their impact on research management, policy-oriented actions on the EU and national level, institutional best practices and lessons learned, and responsible research and innovation.

On the 24th of April, an interactive session on “Shaping the future of responsible research” took place. The session focused on policy-related impacts of EU-funded projects, mostly in the fields of research ethics and integrity.

The keynote input was delivered by Dorian Karatzas, head of the EC’s DG RI Sector Research Ethics and Integrity. The RE4GREEN project was presented by the EARMA EU projects’ team: Borana Taraj, Teodora Konach and Janina Bau.

RE4GREEN kick-off meeting

The RE4GREEN kick-off meeting was successfully completed at The University of Bonn on the 5th and 6th of February. RE4GREEN aims to contribute to a European Research Area ethics and integrity framework for research and innovation activities designed to reduce the risk from such implications and to support the transition to a sustainable economy and society as envisioned by the European Green Deal. The consortium fruitfully worked together to plan the next steps. The work of the fifteen partners in the project is being coordinated by the University of Bonn (UBO).

Welcome to the RE4GREEN website!

RE4GREEN consortium is delighted to welcome you to the project’s brand-new website! Stay tuned for the project’s contribution to support the transition to a sustainable economy and society as envisioned by the European Green Deal.