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ORION Open Science - Open Responsible research and Innovation to further Outstanding kNowledge

Let's put Open Science into practice!
Welcome to the ORION Open Science virtual Final Conference
We are delighted to invite you to a virtual event on 27–28 September to learn about and discuss achievements and lessons learned throughout the ORION Open Science EU-project from 2017 to 2021. The conference is free of charge and open to anyone interested in Open Science and RRI practices, and its future national and international implications.

At the heart of the ORION Open Science EU-project is the ambition to open up the way we fund, organise and conduct life science research. During the project lifetime we have developed and tested a wide range of engagement methods, funding schemes, training materials and co-creation activities to engage the public in science. Now it is time to open up and share with you our achievements, tools and lessons learned. 

Join the discussions and meet speakers from our partner organisations and national and European organisations like Marta Agostinho, EU-Life, Rachel Bruce, UKRI, Cecilia Cabello, FECYT, Kostas Glinos, European Commission, Pilar Gayoso Diz, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Peter Rugg-Gunn, Babraham Institute, Ignasi López Verdeguer, "la Caixa" Foundation, Ana Peršić, UNESCO. More speakers will be announced shortly.

The conference will consists of two parts, each three hours long and held on consecutive days, 27–28 September. You are welcome to join both days or just the part most relevant to you.

27 September 10:00–13:00 CET – Co-creation, engagement and dialogue – Sharing experiences
Get practical tips and hands-on tricks to engage the public in science and how to embed Open Science and RRI practices in your organisation. The session will highlight; citizen science activities, co-creation methodologies, funding frameworks, action plans and training materials developed and tested during the ORION Open Science project.

28 September 10:00–13:00 CET – Embedding Open Science practices at institutional, national and European level
Join policy makers and other stakeholders from across Europe to discuss ways to embed Open Science practices at all levels. The session will also focus on future implementation of Open Science in a European context with input from policy representatives from the European Commission and other EU projects.

Please see the draft programme for more information. If you have already registered for the conference, please forward this invitation to colleagues and stakeholders that might be interested to attend.


Register here

Practical information and registration
When: 27–28 September 10:00–13:00 CET
Where: This is a virtual conference that will be held on Zoom (a link will be sent to registered participants). The conference will be held in English.
How: Register via the ORION website.
Further information: Maria Hagardt, International Relations & Communications Manager, VA Public & Science
Further reading: ORION Open Science website


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 about the ORION project activities at our website and be inspired by our inspiring stories. 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 

Would you like to receive the ORION quarterly newsletter with information about the project’s development, trainings, events and news about Open Science and other inspiring practices? Please subscribe via this link and invite your colleagues and contacts to subscribe too.  
Editor: Maria Hagardt at VA (Public & Science)