Project ORION

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

The experience gained in the project has materialized into an Action plan of JCMM - see the pdf file.

PAST ACTIVITIES:

"Letní škola OPEN SCIENCE" (Summer school of Open Science) took  place in Septemeber 2020. This school was in the Czech language only, please refer to the Czech site of ORION on the JCMM webpage. 

JCMM awareded 10 grants in the amount of €5000 to master and doctorate students from universities in Brno, who presented their innovative projects with the Open Science attributes within the framework of „local societal challenges“. This activity took place between May 2019 and March 2020. 

 What is Open Science

  1. Transparency in experimental methodology, observation and data collection
  2. Public availability and reusability of scientific data
  3. Public accessibility and transparency of scientific communication
  4. Usage of web tools to enhance scientific cooperation.

ORION’s vision is to “incorporate” the principles of Open Science and the rules of responsible research and innovations, which are:

into to rules of management, processes and procedures of organizations financing and implementing research activities.

ORION’s activities are primarily targeted at organizations working in the field of natural sciences and biomedicine.

We will seek to identify driving mechanisms and barriers, interests and values, but also to implement “experiments” by involving citizens in research projects, new research strategies, new types of funding and creation of training materials.

In the course of the implementation of the project several target groups will be interconnected:

All materials and training documents created within ORION will be freely accessible to all interested parties within the open access approach.

Fundamental elements of the project

What is RRI

RRI, or “Responsible Research and Innovation”, seeks to coordinate processes, research and innovation outcomes with society’s values, needs and expectations. This requires direct involvement and engagement of many parties, including active public involvement in the processes associated with research and innovations.

Project partners

 
 ORION has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 741527.