The 26th and 27th of June took place at the centre for science communication Experimentarium (Copenhagen) a meeting within the framework of the NERRI project.
Gema Revuelta, deputy director of the Science Communication Observatory, and Rosario Martínez, research assistant, participated in the meeting where the guidelines and assessment criteria for MML, “mobilisation and mutual learning” exercises were discussed.
NERRI, Neuroenhancement Responsible Research and Innovation, is a project that last 3 years (2013 – 15), funded by the European Commission in the 7th Framework Programme. It intends to apply the concept of RRI “responsible research and innovation” in the field of neuroenhancement. This research area focuses on finding treatments and applications coming to improve human mental abilities of healthy people. The project is lead by Ciencia Viva, the main Portuguese network of scientific communication, and involves 18 organizations belonging to 11 different countries.
Este blog cuenta con la colaboración de la Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología – Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación