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Trust in expert knowledge in medicine and Technoscience. A meeting with Silvia Camporesi

We addressed these issues with Silvia Camporesi who from the starting point of the publication of extracts from the Investigating Trust in Expert Knowledge International Conference published in a special issue of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, held a symposium at the Bassetti Foundation on 27 February 2017. We share videos, photos, slides and other material. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 30 March 2017 Permalink

Silvia Camporesi

Looking Back on 2016

2016 was a busy year for the Bassetti Foundation, involving our participation in projects and conferences and events across the world. In this editorial we cast a light upon some of the year's major events. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 17 January 2017 Permalink

Looking Back on 2016

Turning the tide or surfing the wave?

We publish an excerpt from the paper by Simone Amaldi and Guido Gorgoni in which they explore the political and economic context in which the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation has gained attention and taken shape. - More More

by Guido Gorgoni, Simone Arnaldi, 7 December 2016 Permalink

Turning the tide or surfing the wave? Responsible Research and Innovation, fundamental rights and neoliberal virtues

Responsible Research and Innovation: The Problematic Quest For Right Impacts.

The Responsible Research and Innovation: The Problematic Quest For Right Impacts International Conference took place between March 11th and 12th. In this post Jonny Hankins offer some reflections on the many issues addressed and questions raised over the three day events. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 6 April 2016 Permalink

cc - photo by Avital Pinnik from Flickr

2015, promoting responsible forms of innovation

In this short review we cast our lens over 2015, presenting a selection of projects, publications and events that reflect the Foundation's interests and approach. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 25 January 2016 Permalink

2015, promoting responsible forms of innovation

Volume 2, Journal of Responsible Innovation, a review

The close of the year saw the publication of the third and final issue of Volume 2 of the Journal of Responsible Innovation. In this article we review the volume. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 20 January 2016 Permalink

Volume 2, Journal of Responsible Innovation, a review

VIRI, First Annual Meeting

July of this year saw the first annual meeting of the Virtual Institute for responsible Innovation (VIRI). The meeting was held in Sussex, UK, between 14th to 16th July, and as a founding institutional member of VIRI the Bassetti Foundation was present. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 16 September 2015 Permalink

VIRI, First Annual Meeting

Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol 2, Issue 1 Reviewed

The first issue of the second volume of the Journal of Responsible Innovation is out. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 29 June 2015 Permalink

Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol 2, Issue 1 Reviewed

Wave - How collective ingenuity is changing the world.

After Paris, Marseille and Lille, 'Wave - How collective ingenuity is changing the world', a project of the BNP Paribas group, comes to Milan. The Italian event is directed by Trivioquadrivio with the collaboration of the Giannino Bassetti Foundation. - More More

by Piero Bassetti, 27 May 2015 Permalink

Wave - come l'ingegnosità collettiva sta cambiando il mondo

2014, A Year in Responsible Innovation

2014 was a busy year for the Bassetti Foundation. In this post we describe some of the International conferences and projects that the Foundation participated in. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 16 January 2015 Permalink

2014, A Year in Responsible Innovation
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VIRI Announces New Partners

Last month the Virtual Institute for Responsible Innovation announced that several new partners had been voted into the organization. This post offers a brief introduction to the new partner institutions. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 16 July 2014 Permalink

VIRI

The European Business Ethics Network Conference

The German Network for Business Ethics (DNWE) recently organized the annual conference for its European Organisation: The European Business Ethics Network - EBEN. The conference took place in Berlin from the 12th to the 14th of June 2014, and was located in the ESTM European School of Management and Technology. - More More

by Alessandro Blasimme, Virginia Sanchini, 8 July 2014 Permalink

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Responsible Innovation: Values and Valorisation Conference

Last month Jonny Hankins attended the Responsible Innovation: Values and Valorisation conference in the Hague, Netherlands. This is his report. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 16 June 2014 Permalink

Responsible Innovation: Values and Valorisation Conference

The Innovation Principle

Recently twelve of Europe's largest corporations submitted a letter to the European Commission, urging them to adopt an 'Innovation Principle'. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 20 December 2013 Permalink

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The Virtual Institute for Responsible innovation

Alongside the US National Academy of Engineering's Center for Engineering, Ethics and Society and IEEE Spectrum Online, the Bassetti Foundation is a founding institutional affiliate. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 23 September 2013 Permalink

VIRI logo

Developing a Framework for Responsible Innovation

Last month Jack Stilgoe, Richard Owen and Phil Macnaghten published an open access article in the Research Policy journal that is available through the Science Direct website entitled 'Developing a Framework for Responsible Innovation'. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 26 July 2013 Permalink

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Rethinking Responsibility at the Brookings Institute

A report from the Brookings Institute public forum on social responsibility in innovation. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 11 June 2013 Permalink

cc - photo by Eric Brown from Flickr

Commercial Drone Management and Regulation

Drones have become much smaller and cheaper and this has lead to suggestions that their use on mass will present privacy issues for the general public. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 8 November 2012 Permalink

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The potential role of science communication in Pakistan

Public communication of science and technology is generating knowledge and a rapid awareness in a variety of areas including rural, agro-based and related disciplines. Quick scientific and technical packages are developed for dissemination to the pertinent clients mostly located in countryside areas. - More More

by Saima Siddiqui, 5 June 2012 Permalink

The potential role of science communication in Pakistan

A Conversation with Pallavi Phartiyal - part 2

In this post Jonny Hankins speaks to Pallavi Phartiyal of the Union of Concerned Scientists about their new Center for Science and Democracy. (Part 2) - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 12 April 2012 Permalink

Pallavi Phartiyal

A Conversation with Pallavi Phartiyal - part 1

In this post Jonny Hankins speaks to Pallavi Phartiyal of the Union of Concerned Scientists about their new Center for Science and Democracy. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 12 April 2012 Permalink

Pallavi Phartiyal

A discussion with Congressman Michael E. Capuano - part 2

In this Jonny Hankins talks to Congressman Michael E. Capuano, whose territory in Boston hosts some of the biggest names in research and innovation today. Part 2 - More More

by Redazione FGB, 24 October 2011 Permalink

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A discussion with Congressman Michael E. Capuano - part 1

In this Jonny Hankins talks to Congressman Michael E. Capuano, whose territory in Boston hosts some of the biggest names in research and innovation today. Part 1 - More More

by Redazione FGB, 24 October 2011 Permalink

cc - photo by TechSavi from Flickr

Preventative governance

On Wednesday 7th July, Professor David Guston of the Arizona State University presented the work of the CSPO (Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes) and the CSN-ASU (Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University) at an invitation seminar held here at the Bassetti Foundation... - More More

by Redazione FGB, 16 July 2010 Permalink

cc - David H. Guston

A short review: Conversations On Innovation, Power And Responsibility

Last week we put online a new publication of the Foundation Bassetti entitled "Conversations On Innovation, Power And Responsibility", written by Jeff Ubois and available in hard copy, downloadable pdf or Issuu (on line) versions. It is a resume' of conversations conducted between Mr Ubois and 12 internationally renowned innovators and thinkers - More More

by Redazione FGB, 8 January 2010 Permalink

Review - Conversations on Innovation, Power and Responsibility

Proceedings of The Network Society, Business, Innovation and Responsibility' conference

In this the first of two postings reporting the proceedings of the conference entitled 'The Network Society, Business, Innovation and Responsibility', Jonny Hankins provides a summary of the speakers' presentations. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 25 November 2009 Permalink

Report - La società delle reti: imprese, innovazione e responsabilità

Bio-orthopaedics between innovation and health policies

An interview with Alberto Gobbi. Maria Cristina Paganoni proposes an interview about the current cutting-edge research on regeneration therapies in cartilage damage, the relevant opportunities for a strategic rethinking on health policy in this area, and its impact on the social and collective thinking about issues of health and self care. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 29 July 2009 Permalink

Bio-orthopaedics between innovation and health policies

The Politics of Science and the re-definition of democracy (part 2)

The fourth Lecture of the Fondazione Giannino Bassetti will feature prof. Sheila Jasanoff, professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University, one of the authors of the report to the EU "Taking European Knowledge Society Seriously". Mariachiara Tallacchini offers here an introduction to Jasanoff's STS approach. (Part 2) - More More

by Mariachiara Tallacchini, 28 April 2008 Permalink

Sheila Jasanoff

The Politics of Science and the re-definition of democracy (part 1)

The fourth Lecture of the Fondazione Giannino Bassetti will feature prof. Sheila Jasanoff, professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University, one of the authors of the report to the EU "Taking European Knowledge Society Seriously". Mariachiara Tallacchini offers here an introduction to Jasanoff's STS approach. - More More

by Mariachiara Tallacchini, 21 April 2008 Permalink

Sheila Jasanoff

Political responsibility in innovation: a challenge for the new Statute of the Region of Lombardy

Political responsibility in innovation is a challenge for the new Statute of the Region of Lombardy. The debate on this issue that the Giannino Bassetti Foundation has been promoting for some time now has led to important political developments: the issue of deliberative democracy lies at the heart of political interest today... - More More

by Redazione FGB, 31 July 2007 Permalink

Giuseppe Adamoli

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