{{ event.message }}
Anpassningar
Dra här för att ändra bredden

Skickat med RuleMailer.se
ORION Open Science - Open Responsible research and Innovation to further Outstanding kNowledge
Facebook
Twitter
Rss


Image
Image
ORION Inspiring story: Introducing co-creation in fundamental life sciences
Image
Genigma is one of the two citizen science projects that has received funding from the ORION Open Science project. The Genigma project, managed by CNAG-CRG, is developing a game to explore the genomic alterations in cancer cells. The idea of the game is the result of a collaboration between the scientific team and a group of citizens who have participated in co-creation events previous to the game development. Learn more about this project in our new "Inspiring stories" section on the ORION website. 
Image

Image
‚Äč
Image
Public dialogue to spur engagement? ORION at Engage Festival 2020
Image
The online Engage Festival, organised by the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement(NCCPE) in the UK brought together public engagement and science communication professionals from all over the UK and the EU for discussions, knowledge exchange and networking. The ORION project ran a session to share experiences of how public dialogues could be a tool for public engagement on societal issues such as genome editing. 
Image

Image
Image
Coffee, Cake and Open Science
Image
If you had not heard of Open Science and wondered what it was, or wished there was an Open Science topic you knew more about, then the ORION Open Science Cafe on 4 November during Berlin Science Week was the perfect event. 
For five hours we were digitally serving up a rolling series of twenty-minute micro-talks and activities about Open Science. Our audience could drop in and have a coffee while they got a quick snack of knowledge about how to make different aspects of research transparent, accessible, and usable for all. Some even stayed for the whole afternoon and went away as Open Science experts.
Image

Gaming for change ‚Äď ORION VACCINE Project
Image
The UK recently lost its measles eradication status, leading to urgent calls for action and making vaccination an important and timely issue with the potential for far-reaching impact. Meanwhile, the current Covid-19 pandemic and the discovery of a vaccine has renewed interest in and fear of vaccinations. The novel ORION VACCINE project aims to create together with young people a digital game and engagement tool for engaging the public with the science behind vaccinations, infections and the immune system.
Image

Image
Image
Image
Event: Can public dialogue help inform research on disruptive technologies like genome editing?
Image
Welcome to the online lauch event where we will share the findings of the ORION public dialogue on genome editing in fundamental research on 21 January 2021 at 14:00-16:00 CET. The objective of the public dialogue was to explore what challenges and opportunities the public sees concerning genome editing uses in fundamental research. The similarities and differences that exist across countries were also raised, as well as how research organisations should communicate and engage with society about this emerging technology in their research. Join the event to discuss with us how public dialogue can contribute to inform strategies and the wider responsible research and innovation global efforts.
Image

Image
Image
Passing on lessons learned: ORION train-the-trainer course
Image
The ORION ‚ÄėTrain-the-Trainer‚Äô course was developed to help Open Science advocates and stakeholders learn from the training that has been delivered throughout the project and equip them with the skills to run their own training. The course ran from the 19th October to the 4th November and 21 people from all over the world participated in the online training.¬†
Image

Image
Image
Co-creating ideas to improve health of citizens in small communities
Image
The ORION MELTIC project coordinated by the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, has run its first co-creation workshops together with stakeholders from different sectors of society. The project, which started on 1st March 2020, brings together two disciplines; health as well as information and communication technologies (ICT), and will improve the quality of life of European citizens in small communities. 
Image

Image
Forthcoming activities
21 January  - ORION Public Dialogue report launch - online
Join us in the afternoon of 21 January to discuss how public dialogue can contribute to inform strategies and the wider responsible research and innovation global efforts. More information and link to registration are available on the ORION website.

17-19 February - Open Science Conference - online
The ORION Training team will present the experiences gained from communicating Open Science through the ORION podcast at the Open Science Conference online on 17-19 of February 2021.
Image

Image
Meet the Team
Image
Meet¬†Zoe Ingram, Training Developer and Project Manager¬†of ORION Open Science at¬†Max Delbr√ľck Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association, MDC in Berlin.
                                                                              Read more
Image

Image
In short
ORION Open Science Podcast goes into third season....
 .. and we need your help! Are there any Open Science topics that you’d like to hear about? Any inspiring people and organizations that you’d like to get to know better? Please let us know! We’re also happy for any other feedback on our show. Contact us via email and follow us in Twitter: @OOSP_Orionpod You can listen to the show on any podcasting platform (Spotify, Stitcher, Apple podcasts, etc.) and also find it on the ORION website.
 
European Researchers' Night 2020
Juan Rodríguez, Marc Martí-Renom and Marco di Stefano from the Genigma Citizen Science team presented the project ongoings at two online events during the European Researchers' Night on 27-28 November. The recordings from the event are available on the Genigma website. 

Making citizen science - Drivers, challenges and benefits
The Genigma project was presented by Marco di Stefano at an online workshop on citizen science arranged by VA and Karolinska Institutet on 8 December.

Open science training for Spanish researchers
Iris de San Pedro Botas of Instituto de Salud Carlos III, ISCIII, presented the ORION project at a training day with researchers in Valencia on 11 December. The event was organized by INCLIVA. 

SDG Citizen Science Conference on YouTube
Did you miss the Citizen Science SDG Conference in October? We participated in two sessions at the event and presented the Genigma game project as well as how to evaluate citizen sciences projects at the event. The recordings from the event are now available on YouTube.
 
Image

Image
Image

Image
About ORION Open Science
The EU-funded ORION Open Science project aims to explore ways in which research performing and research funding organisations in life sciences and biomedicine can open up the way they fund, organise and do research. We will embed Open Science principles in the research process and involve citizens, policy makers and researchers in co-creation experiments, public dialogues, training and citizen science.

Find out more how you can get involved in the ORION project at our website. Don't miss to tune in for our Open Science Podcasts!

Follow us on social media! Stay updated about new project activities via Facebook: @ORIONOpenScience LinkedIn: ORIONOpenScience and Twitter: @ORION_opensci 
Image

Receive the ORION quarterly newsletter with information about the project’s development, trainings, events and news about Open Science and other inspiring practices. Please invite your colleagues and contacts to subscribe too.  
To unsubscribe send us an email.
Editor: Maria Hagardt at VA (Public & Science)